Likely Mad As Hell #2 | World Series 2017 Game 1
RHEA BUTCHER'S 2017 WORLD SERIES DIARY PT2 Rhea brings you her Game 1 recap from a New York hotel room in the wee hours of the night after a day spent battling delayed flights, bad wifi, and airplane farts. It was the hottest World Series game on record AND the shortest in recent memory (stretching back to the ‘92 Series) and the Dodgers came out on top after a fierce pitching duel between Clayton Kershaw and Dallas Keuchel. Rhea gives a killer history lesson on the “dead ball era” and considers the beauty of in-game adjustments, such as Justin Turner’s switch to a lighter bat before hitting the go-ahead home run in Game 1. Plus, family memories, climate change, Charlie Blackmon’s off-season hairdo (somehow even better than his in-season hairdo), and Rhea's predictions and prognoses for Game 2.
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