In the end, it was the Houston Astros that got the last laugh in the ALCS against the New York Yankees, as Jose Altuve swung his club into the World Series with a walk-off two-run home run in the bottom of the ninth inning after DJ LeMahieu had tied things up in the top half of the frame with his own two-run blast.
After the dust settled and copious amounts of champagne bottles were popped, however, some Astros players took to social media to clap back at haters who trolled or wrote them off earlier in the postseason.
The most notable of these players was Alex Bregman, who spent his Sunday morning on Twitter individually replying to all of his cynics.
The All-Star third baseman, and AL MVP favorite, didn't even need to pull a word out of the English dictionary to stomp on the heart of Barstool Sports' most renowned Yankees aficionado, Eric Hubbs.
Next up on Bregman's agenda was popular Twitter Pinstripe disciple @KyleNYY, as he deployed the same exact emoji to troll "Kyle," who slighted Houston's superstar supposed sign stealing earlier in the ALCS.
Honestly, nothing more needs to be said by Bregman.
His Astros are heading to the Fall Classic while Yankees fans will be "crying" that Saturday night's loss marked the 18th time in the last 19 seasons that their club has failed to win a World Series.