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I want the Mets to win it all.

Of course, that would require them beating the Dodgers in tomorrow night's winner-take-all Game Five in southern California.

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I was only able to watch the first few innings. What did the Blue Jays fans do that they should be ashamed of themselves for? Anyone have a video of it?

A list of what they DIDN'T DO might be shorter.

They were going berserk while the umpires were making up on their minds on two crucial calls in both the top half and the bottom half of the 7th inning, respectively. Throwing bottles and cans onto the field, throwing them from the upper deck into the lower deck (I'm not sure if any fans in the lower deck were hurt by the hurtling objects.)

While we're on the subject of raucous baseball fans, a Mets fan is missing part of his skull because of a bloody beat-down that he received after Game Two of their series against the Dodgers outside of Dodgers Stadium.

A mother and son duo are being sought in the attack.

The victim is in critical but stable condition at a Los Angeles hospital.

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A list of what they DIDN'T DO might be shorter.

They were going berserk while the umpires were making up on their minds on two crucial calls in both the top half and the bottom half of the 7th inning, respectively. Throwing bottles and cans onto the field, throwing them from the upper deck into the lower deck (I'm not sure if any fans in the lower deck were hurt by the hurtling objects.)

While we're on the subject of raucous baseball fans, a Mets fan is missing part of his skull because of a bloody beat-down that he received after Game Two of their series against the Dodgers outside of Dodgers Stadium.

A mother and son duo are being sought in the attack.

The victim is in critical but stable condition at a Los Angeles hospital.

Thanks.

Unbelievable. Most classless fanbase in sports that I know of. They don't deserve a winner.

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A list of what they DIDN'T DO might be shorter.

They were going berserk while the umpires were making up on their minds on two crucial calls in both the top half and the bottom half of the 7th inning, respectively. Throwing bottles and cans onto the field, throwing them from the upper deck into the lower deck (I'm not sure if any fans in the lower deck were hurt by the hurtling objects.)

While we're on the subject of raucous baseball fans, a Mets fan is missing part of his skull because of a bloody beat-down that he received after Game Two of their series against the Dodgers outside of Dodgers Stadium.

A mother and son duo are being sought in the attack.

The victim is in critical but stable condition at a Los Angeles hospital.

Thanks.

Unbelievable. Most classless fanbase in sports that I know of. They don't deserve a winner.

I know that you were referring to the Blue Jays' fan-base, but the parking lot of Dodger Stadium is also where San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow was beaten into having permanent brain damage (by Dodgers fans) on Opening Day in 2011.

The latest tragedy (with the Mets fan missing part of his skull) is almost a carbon copy of what occurred back then.

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Talk about choke job, the Rangers couldn't field the ball in that inning. Andrus should of been taken out of the game he was so bad.

And Jose B. is about as classless of any player i have seen play in any sport. What a douche!

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I was so hoping it would be the battle of TX in the ALCS. It's a shame the umps could not make Toronto forfeit the game with the classless behavior of the players and fans. Wasn't it those lovely fans who threw stuff at Nate and Jonesy a few years ago? If Houston also blows it I will have to route for KC over Toronto. They are the lesser of 2 evils.

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