Offbeat Twitter reacts to Indians taking 17-0 lead over Reds in fourth inning

14:10  12 july  2018
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Sometimes it just isn’t your day. You show up to work and every possible thing that could go wrong does. Unfortunately for the Cincinnati Reds, that embarrassment took place on television.

On Wednesday night, the Cleveland Indians dropped 17 runs on Cincinnati in the first four innings. It’s one thing to be outscored by 17 runs in a nine-inning game, but Cincinnati made it happen in four innings.

Naturally, Twitter saw the bloodbath in Cleveland as the perfect opportunity to have fun at the expense of the Reds, Indians and even the Cleveland Browns.

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