Baseball Fans Couldn’t Believe the Yankees’ Disaster First Inning vs. Twins

The Twins scored nine runs in the first inning of a game against the Yankees on Thursday night, sparking a social media frenzy.

In a nine-run inning, thirteen batters batted, resulting in an abnormally brief stint for New York starter Jhony Brito.

The outstanding rookie, who entered the game with a good 0.90 ERA, did not make it past the first inning, and his ERA jumped to a frigid 6.75.

Michael A. Taylor, Edouard Julien, and Carlos Correa hit back-to-back home runs for Minnesota.

The three-player outburst was the first time the Twins hit three consecutive home runs since last season, also against the Yankees.

The nine-run barrage ties the team record for most first-inning runs allowed in team history.

The Twins' social media staff utilized a clip from the 1986 smash movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off to mock the enormous scoring output.

Garrett Wilson, the Jets' standout wideout, couldn't help but respond with a tweet that will make half of New York baseball fans pleased while disturbing the other half.

By the conclusion of the third inning, the margin had grown to 11-0, and the tweets kept coming even after Anthony Rizzo homered in the bottom of the fourth.