When I was young I always wanted to hear from fans the morning after a dramatic World Series game. Were the up or down? Optimistic or pessimistic? I couldn’t get that from a newspaper or a radio segment.
That’s the beauty of social media; you can find out in the moment.
So how are Dodgers fans feeling now that they are down 2-0 in the series, but they are coming home?
Let’s see what they’re saying on Twitter.
— 💙☠️#1Raiderette☠️💙 (@RaideretteQT) October 25, 2018
— PJ in LA (@pjinla4) October 25, 2018
Right now the #Dodgers performance in this World Series has the stench of last year’s Game 7.
— Liz Habib (@LizHabib) October 25, 2018
— Cassie Joiner (@Cass_Joiner) October 25, 2018
Goodnight. I’m the most depressed I’ve ever been in my life. I don’t even know what to do with myself right now. Wish I wasn’t so emotionally invested in this franchise. #Dodgers
— Kevin Perèz-Allen (@Kevisyourfriend) October 25, 2018
There is obvious reason for the pessimism …
No team has overcome a 2-0 #WorldSeries deficit in 22 years. That's what #Dodgers are facing against #RedSox as they head home to LA. See our Ben Walker break down Game 2, where the analytics just didn't play right for Los Angeles. https://t.co/zRfmJr5YU7 pic.twitter.com/AywTcTz0eu
— AP Sports (@AP_Sports) October 25, 2018