The 2017 season was a wild ride, with several wild and crazy games played out across the country and the world.
From a late-summer storm to a big, late-winter thunderstorm that brought heavy rain to parts of California and Texas, the games offered up a myriad of upsets and surprise finishes.
The games are often fun, but you can also enjoy some fun, too, with some fun stats from the games themselves.
We’ll be examining some of the most notable games from this year, with a few predictions to make about what’s in store for the rest of the season.
Colorado Rockies vs. Texas Rangers The Rockies and Rangers met in the playoffs, and this game is often remembered for one thing: The wildness.
The Rockies outscored the Rangers 6-1 in the final two innings, with one of the wildest, most epic moments in sports history.
The Rangers’ defense was so great that they didn’t even score in the top of the fourth.
The Astros scored four runs in the seventh inning, but they were unable to put the game away.
The game ended with a wild brawl in the bottom of the inning.
The last three batters of the top half of the ninth struck out three times.
The bottom of 10th inning gave the Rockies a 2-0 lead, but a wild pitch allowed Carlos Gomez to steal second and then get in on a hit and steal home.
The crowd booed after he stole home, and it seemed like the Rangers would have a walk-off win.
But in the 10th, the Rangers got the lead back, but Gomez got in on an inning-ending double play and put them ahead.
The next inning, Gomez walked two and scored three runs, then homered off Ryan McMahon.
He gave up two hits and walked two, but managed to hit his sixth home run of the postseason.
He also scored the first run of his career.
The ninth inning featured a wild game in which the Rangers scored four in one inning.
It ended in a wilder, wilder game.
It was the wild game.
The 10th-inning rally was over, but the Rockies were up 5-2.
It got a little heated, as the Rangers began the ninth with two singles, but only the ninth inning lasted more than two minutes.
The wild game continued, as they scored five in the first three innings.
Then, after a wild inning, the Rockies scored four more in the fourth and five more in their final three innings of the game.
This was a game that was a little bit of a toss-up.
The first two batters of their next at-bat were both hits, and they got on base four times.
But they got stranded on three walks, and two were errors.
The second strikeout by one of their own gave the Rangers a 5-4 lead.
After that, the game went into extra innings.
The fourth inning ended in the Rangers winning 6-5.
The fifth inning was an amazing, epic comeback by the Rockies.
They got a walk and two hits in the inning, and then they scored three more runs.
The eighth inning was a big one.
The home run by the home run from Gomez was a walk, but that’s when it got ugly.
The top of 9th was the final out, and the Rockies hit the tying run on a double by Gomez.
The inning was over when Gomez scored on a wild ball and gave the game to the Rangers.
The final inning was just about the best one.
They scored four times, they got three more, and all four runs came from Gomez.
His home run, the one that put them up by seven runs, was one of those home runs that everyone said was going to be in the park forever.
It wasn’t, but it was the game that made everyone remember it.
The park was a lot better than it was a year ago.
But that’s just one of many things to remember about this game.
Cincinnati Reds vs. Detroit Tigers This game was also a wild one, with the Tigers outscoring the Reds 11-0 in the third inning, with five of those runs coming in the second inning.
That’s a crazy start.
The Reds scored three times in the frame, including a pair of solo home runs by Tyler Moore and Justin Upton.
They also got two hits each.
The Tigers started the inning with a walk.
They then got a strikeout in the fifth.
The seventh inning started with a run scoring walk and a hit by Matt Davidson.
Then it got a hit on a walk that scored another run.
The bullpen was the difference.
They had a couple of relievers, including one who was named to the All-Star team, but in the ninth, it was Corey Knebel.
He struck out a batter in the eighth and allowed one hit in the 9th.
He got the final run of that inning on a single.