Braves send pizza to Houston Astros after 2022 World Series win

The Braves followed tradition and sent some pies. Reportedly, astros weren’t allowed to buy pizza while in Philadelphia.

ATLANTA — Baseball fans are wondering if the Atlanta Braves participated in a postseason tradition of sending pizza to the World Series champions after a tweet was mysteriously deleted from the Astros’ Twitter that thanked the pie team.


Did the Braves send the Astros pizza after their World Series victory?



The Atlanta Braves are continuing a World Series tradition by delivering pizza to new champions Texas.


After the Houston Astros’ win over the Phillies, they expected heaps of pies on their doorstep, and they weren’t wrong.

Several teams, including the Braves and Cubs, have joined in the annual postseason tradition of sending pizza to the World Series champions. Unfortunately, the team deleted the tweet thanking the Braves; it read, “Special thanks to the @Braves for sending pizza to the front desk staff at Astros today.” This tweet was posted Wednesday at 3:54 p.m.

The tradition is fairly new and started with the Boston Red Sox in 2014 when they sent pizza to the previous season’s champions, the San Francisco Giants. Many also thought it was a punch and teaser at the Astros after the team and their fans weren’t allowed to buy pizza at certain locations in Philadelphia during the World Series. of this year.

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