Baseball Fans Mock The Houston Astros After They Were Eliminated From The Playoffs Following Game 7 Loss To The Rays
The Houston Astros have officially been eliminated from the MLB playoffs after losing game 7 to the Tampa Bay Rays on Saturday.
The Houston Astros have been eliminated from the playoffs. pic.twitter.com/wvpkkgu5Kq
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) October 18, 2020
While the Astros showed heart by coming back from 0-3 series deficit, fans weren’t ready to forgive the team they felt cheated their way to a World Series just a few years ago.
Immediately after the Astros were eliminated fans took to Twitter to mock them.
Houston Astros World Series titles with a trash can: 1 (1 season)
Houston Astros World Series titles without a trash can: 0 (58 seasons)
— Danny Vietti (@DannyVietti) October 18, 2020
Man that’s too bad for the Astros. One game away from the World Series after being a sub .500 team this year. Shame. Clowns
— Phil Hughes (@PJHughes45) October 18, 2020
I feel bad for Dusty. I do not, at all, in the slightest, feel bad for the Astros.
— Dan Kolko (@masnKolko) October 18, 2020
The Astros were so close. It’s like they we’re missing that one extra thing.
— Ramona Shelburne (@ramonashelburne) October 18, 2020
— Gmåtî©️—Ch®️îstöphėr 🇬🇾🇵🇹 (@GChristopher_24) October 18, 2020
“The Astros don’t need to cheat, they’ll be fine. They’ll still be back in the World Series.” pic.twitter.com/UfWI22K9Hv
— NOTSportsCenter (@NOTSportsCenter) October 18, 2020
Former Astros player (pictured below) speaks out about their loss in the ALCS:
“they ain’t shit without me.” pic.twitter.com/FIs91xPzrH
— Barry McCockiner (@MegaRacismHater) October 18, 2020
Astros losing pic.twitter.com/hCIaWREJ3D
— Brett Anderson (@_BAnderson30_) October 18, 2020
So long Astros 🖕 pic.twitter.com/bd8ewXUbkV
— Bryan (@NachoHelmet) October 18, 2020
Every other fan base to the Astros fans right now pic.twitter.com/I7jiZHcj8p
— TheCheapSeats 👻🎃 (@CheapSeatsLLC) October 18, 2020
the astros losing has really united our country
— Lana Berry (@Lana) October 18, 2020