This 2014 World Series tweet is the prediction to end all predictions


Hopefully you watched the Cubs-Indians World Series Game 7 because it was one of the most incredible baseball games of all-time, and that is not a snap overreaction.

The Indians came back to tie it at six on a Rajai Davis two-run homer off of Aroldis Chapman in the eighth before the Cubs ultimately won in extra innings 8-7 to capture their first World Series title in 108 years. Before heading into extras, the rain came and forced the game to be delayed. That’s when this 2014 tweet surfaced from @RaysFanGio:

Step aside, Michael Lee. There’s a new prediction sheriff in town. Freaking incredible. As it stands right now, the world still exists as far as I can tell. Thank you, Tebow.


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