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The Best Tweets from the Jays Series at Fenway Park

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MLB: Toronto Blue Jays at Boston Red Sox Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

Here is a comprehensive list of the best tweets from the Blue Jays series at the dirty cheaters Red Sox:

On our newfound paranoia:

On brainstorming penalty ideas for cheating:

On Kevin Pillar’s continued struggles with plate discipline:

On the same question we ask ourselves during every Red Sox series:

On the unfortunate ending to the 9th inning in Game 2:

The length of Game 2, which tied franchise history for the longest:

(this one goes to the tune of the song that never ends)

And on John Farrell, who did not help the cause by changing pitchers at inopportune moments for no good reason

On karma:

And on the weird things that you think wouldn’t surprise us anymore, but still do:

On Josh Donaldson’s ridiculous 18th inning ejection:

On Josh’s passionate physical demonstration on where exactly the strike zone is:

On things that help us cope:

On the Red Sox’s admission of using an Apple Watch to steal signs:

And on how they might specifically be using the watches:

On trying to find advantages:

On Ezequiel Carrera’s continued adventures in the outfield:

On the ridiculousness of the weather they were forced to play in:

On who we look forward to the most:

On wonderful questions that I hope we get to ask more of:

On hope for the future:

On the unfortunate end result of the series:

On luxuries we can only dream of having:

On the pity we hope others feel for us:

On the apparent struggles a Blue Jay can encounter with customs and immigration:

BONUS:

On two very good things that happened, and more hope for the future...