2014 World Series Snotrockets: Game 1


Ho hum, another brilliant World Series outing for Madison Bumgarner. The man is greatness personified in fantastic pitching and excellent snotrockets. We are definitely not worthy, and we should always be grateful:

Tweets-FL-Bumgarner Daily Thanks


Here are Madison Bumgarner’s snotrocket totals and other vital statistics for Tuesday, October 21, 2014 on the road vs. the San Francisco Giants:


  • W, 7.0 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 5 K, 1 HR, 12 SNR (snotrockets): 2 vs. lefties, 5 vs. righties, 5 other. 1 mound visit SNR with Buster Posey in attendance. 1 double blow SNR.
  • Madison Bumgarner’s most prolific inning was the 3rd in which he blew 4 snotrockets.
  • Bumgarner now with 39 snotrockets in the 2014 postseason.


In addition to giving thanks for Bumgarner’s snotrockets let us also be grateful to @SanDiegoGiants for once again getting some fantastic snotrocket screencaps. Here’s a sly back-to-the-camera snotrocket in the bottom of the 1st inning:



A more traditional snotrocket from the 1st inning:



A slightly more violent snotrocket from the 2nd inning:



Another Bumgarner snotrocket had @SanDiegoGiants perturbed:



Can you see it? Not close enough for you? Here, try this one:






Runners-on-second-and-third-but-no-runs-scored snotrocket:



Rapid fire twin snotrockets:



Victorious snotrocket from the 4th inning:



Madison Bumgarner’s next start could be this Sunday, October 26, 2014 at home vs. the Kansas City Royals. See you here or on Twitter for all the exciting World Series snotrocket action.

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