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New York Mets Advance To 2015 World Series — ‘Back To The Future 2’ Was Wrong

Wed, October 21, 2015 11:40pm EDT by Chris Rogers Add first Comment
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Well, it looks like ‘Back To The Future 2’ wrongly predicted the winner of the 2015 World Series because the New York Mets just won the NLCS, meaning the Cubs, who were poised to win the World Series, won’t even be competing. But New Yorkers are going crazy with excitement!

What an intense game! After winning three games in a row, the New York Mets continued a clean sweep to the finish line and officially became the champions of the National League Championship Series on Oct. 21. With a 8-3 finish, the Mets clobbered the Cubs, who were predicted to the not only compete in the 2015 World Series, but win it in Back To The Future 2. It’s a bit ironic how the Cubs actually lost the NLCS on the very same day that Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) time traveled to in the movies.

New Yorkers are going crazy tonight, as the Mets are now heading to the World Series for the first time in 15 years! The team hit back-to-back home runs at the start of the Oct. 21 game, giving them a four-point lead. The Cubs managed to get three runs, but it wasn’t enough to win. And now, the Mets will either face the Kansas City Royals or the Toronto Blue Jays in the World Series.

Before tonight’s game at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois, the Mets were leading the series 3-0, so we’re not surprised they won Game 4. The Mets have been in the lead from the very beginning. And now, they’re the National League Championship Series winner!


Well, it looks like the Cubs winning the 2015 World Series can now join hoverboards, self-tying laces, and flying cars, as things that never came true from Back To The Future’s 2015 predictions. What a shame.

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— Chris Rogers
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