Tweets from when the Cubs were down 10-2 to the Braves

The Chicago Cubs were down 10-2 to the Atlanta Braves in the 6th Inning Saturday afternoon at Wrigley Field and somehow came back to win 14-10.  The Cubbies scored an absurd nine runs in the 8th inning to take the lead and ice it.  Let’s take a look at some tweets from when Chicago was down big.

 

It’s also fun to compare and contrast tweets from when the Cubs were down 10-2, with those from when Chicago came back and took the lead.

Here’s CBS Sports college football writer, and proud Braves fan, Barrett Sallee when the Braves were crushing the Cubs:

Here’s Barrett after they blew the lead:

 

This Cubs fan was not happy with the first six innings:

 

 

He was happy with the last three:

 

 

Cubs fan Jackson with a simple, yet effective jab at his team when they were down eight runs:

 

 

And then a classy, heartfelt, apology after the comeback:

 

 

This giddy Braves fan couldn’t contain his excitement early in the game:

 

 

Later on, he was befuddled:

 

 

Another happy Braves fan!

 

 

Ok this is harsh:

 

 

(Top Photo: Via Cubs Official Twitter Feed)

Fred Segal is an attorney from West Palm Beach, FL. He operates the popular Freezing Cold Takes twitter account (@OldTakesExposed) which highlights, among other things, hilarious unprophetic and inaccurate takes and predictions. 

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