NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Tuesday, October 27, 2015, 9:32 PM
This is what baseball fans watching Game 1 of the World Series were treated to in the fourth inning!
Who turned the lights out?
That’s what viewers were wondering after TV screens went dark in the bottom of the 4thof World Series Game 1.
“We just lost power in our compound,” a Fox Sports spokeman told the Daily News.
Fox took viewers to its studio where Dontrelle Willis delivered some analysis.
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Then viewers were taken to MLB Network’s international feed of the game with Matt Vasgersian doing play-by-play.
“For a few minutes it was the first non-televised World Series game since 1946,” Mets radio voice Josh Lewin said.
Fox went dark again for a few seconds in the top of the fifth, missing two pitches to Curtis Granderson, but got right back to the game.
Mets fans at O’Neill’s Bar and Grill in Maspeth, Queens, weren’t pleased when technical difficulties disrupted the game.
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