We’ve all been there, the dreaded rain delay.
There’s really not lot you can do during a rain delay but hang out, talk to people and drop a couple of hundred bucks at the food stand to buy a dog and a beer.
One thing a person can do to keep themselves occupied is to start talking to random strangers, finding out a bit about them and what makes them tick.
The team hoisted their World Series banner to open the season after ending a 108-year championship drought, but events were put on hold by a driving rain.
During the wait, Katz found a Chicago Bears fan to talk to who had an amazing talent; the ability to give the final score of every Chicago Bears game played in the last 15 years.
Katz, an avid Twitter user, shared his find with the world:
We're on hour 2 of the rain delay, this guy told me he can name the score of any Bears game in the last 16 years. He hasn't been wrong yet pic.twitter.com/MyIttUlxEk— Big Cat (@BarstoolBigCat) April 11, 2017
I don't want this rain delay to ever end pic.twitter.com/IPGDjW85w8— Big Cat (@BarstoolBigCat) April 11, 2017
This guy needs to be on America's Got Talent or something, he has not missed a single one pic.twitter.com/sivWu4zYIJ— Big Cat (@BarstoolBigCat) April 11, 2017
Ok now we need to get this game started, this is sick, no one should remember this much about the awful Bears pic.twitter.com/yKxIZalTSH— Big Cat (@BarstoolBigCat) April 11, 2017
It’s an amazing feat, remembering all of those scores... let’s hope the Bears give him more wins and less losses to share in some future rain delay. Helmet tip to Jack M Silverstein for point the tweets out to us!