Professional sports have caught up with social media and any team not having fun is just doing it wrong.
Major League baseball just started an excellent Twitter thread that will brighten your day if you need it. It began with a happy greeting and an Anthony Rizzo grinning gif…
…then the Indians…
…and the Red Sox…
…it took on a life of its own.
Rockies. They were late, apparently…
…but had a decent excuse.
The DBacks allowed it.
Hey Blue Jays…
…welcome to the party.
…and the Defending NL Champs
The Cubs had thoughts…
…to which MLB happily replied.
We’ll update this post as more teams jump in on the thread. For more, follow along on Facebook and Twitter.
“Year One” of the Rex Ryan era has driven Buffalo Bills fans to drinking.
That’s not a joke. With data from smartphone breathalyzer app BACtrack, cross-referenced with Twitter’s fan allegiance map, Bills fans are leading the league in average Blood Alcohol Content.
BAC levels among NFL fans were gathered and examined from games starting in the pre-season through October 26th. Atop the list on game day were Bills fans with an average 0.076 BAC. Tied for 2nd behind Buffalo are Detroit Lions fans (0.069) and Philadelphia Eagles fans…with batteries in their pockets, waiting to be thrown.
Drinking the least on game day are Cincinnati Bengals fans (0.015) and Tennessee Titans fans (0.021). However, left off the list are Raiders, Jaguars, Jets, Rams and Buccaneers fans due to insufficient data. Curious Bears fans can see they are ranked 11th with a BAC of 0.054.
The study was conducted to find out if an NFL team’s record was had an impact on their fan base’s drinking habits. That correlation was unfound with the 1 win Titans being the “case in point.” Drinking levels were proven to increase with 2/3 the NFL audience as BAC averages rise from the pre-season to the regular season.
It should be noted that BACtrack Consumption Reports are released in order to provide insight to the drinking habits around the country so consumers can consider the effects of alcohol…
…or you end up like Dizzy Bat Guy below.
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