"MLB: The Show 14" and the Most Improbable World Series Matchup Ever Concieved
At the opening of Game 4, looking to move one game away from the most pitiful title known to man, the Marlins sent Nathan Eovaldi to the mound, and they wore their prison orange tops for effect.
In the spirit of the uni, Garrett Jones got downright thuggish with this Brad Peacock offering. It smacks off the foul pole to give the Marlins the 1-0 lead.
The Marlins are throwing some leather in the game as well. Marcell Ozuna robs (another criminal reference) Grossman with a sliding grab in centerfield.
Do you think uniform makers have to shrink the font size just get his name on the back of his jersey? Anyway, the Marlins comeback had just begun. Brian Bogusevic came up with runners on first and second. This line drive to center put Dexter Fowler in peril. somebody tell me why he would try to dive in this situation…
You have to make sure the ball doesn’t get behind you, no matter what. What does ole Dex do? He lets the ball get hind him. Clearly he has an issue with his virtual frontal lobe.
This misplay in the field causes the tying run to score and all of a sudden, the Marlins have tied the game with a five-run rally in the eighth inning.
With Bogusevic on third, Rafael Furcal comes up just needing a fly ball to give the Marlins the lead. Flyball-shmyball. Furcal goes yard just for good measure.
The Marlins exploded for eight runs in the inning to take a 9-6 lead into the ninth.
Just three outs from a World Are You Serious championship, the Marlins’ Steve Cishek gets the final out of the game.
The Marlins win the fantasy World Series with the least amount of talent ever played. Hope you enjoyed this, because you’ll never see it in real life.
Marlins Win the Series 4-1. Wow, the Astros really are that bad.
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