With baseball back in the national spotlight, many notable people were invested in the outcome of the 2018 World Series. With its conclusion reached on Sunday night, as the Red Sox defeated the Dodgers 5-1 in Game 5, we look to Twitter for reactions.
Dodgers co-owner Magic Johnson:
The Patriots, Celtics, and Bruins:
Former Red Sox outfielder Shane Victorino, who won a championship with the team in 2013:
Warriors point guard Steph Curry:
Boston mayor Marty Walsh:
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren:
Former Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi:
Former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens:
Dodgers fan and actor Rob Lowe:
Red Sox fan and entertainer Donnie Wahlberg:
Outfielder B.J. Upton went by the name B.J., short for Bossman Junior, through the 2014 season. His father Manny was known as Bossman, hence Bossman Junior. Upton decided he wanted to be referred to by his birth name Melvin starting in 2015, saying that everyone except baseball fans knew him by that name. Now, he’s back to B.J., Scott Boeck of USA TODAY Sports reports.
For those keeping score at home, Upton is the artist formerly and currently known as B.J.
Upton, 34, hasn’t played in the majors since 2016. He signed a minor league deal with the Indians in December 2017 but was released in the middle of last March and wasn’t able to latch on with another team. It seems unlikely he finds his way back to the majors.