Toronto and Kansas City Public Libraries Have Twitter War over ALCS Using Books

Thomas Duffy@@TJDhoopsFeatured ColumnistOctober 23, 2015


There's nothing better than a good old-fashioned book battle.

With the Kansas City Royals leading the Toronto Blue Jays 3-2 in the American League Championship Series, the two cities' public libraries are throwing absolute haymakers at one another.

Kansas City fired the first shot.

Toronto answered, and from there, it was on:

KCMO Public Library @KCLibrary

Some #bookspinepoetry for our friends @BlueJays & @torontolibrary #TaketheCrown #GoRoyals #ALCS https://t.co/Zj5ZvhFljv

Toronto Public Library @torontolibrary

Well played @KCLibrary but we've got a way with words too. 'Til tomorrow! @BlueJays #ComeTOgether #GoJaysGo https://t.co/qED5PFp95t

KCMO Public Library @KCLibrary

’Tis but a flesh wound! Next game... #TaketheCrown #GoRoyals #bookspinepoetry @torontolibrary @bluejays https://t.co/wg3yqoxApM

Toronto Public Library @torontolibrary

Amazing job,@BlueJays!!!! That brings us to Round 2 of #bookspinepoetry @KCLibrary @BlueJays #ComeTogether https://t.co/VRCg1ewZcw

KCMO Public Library @KCLibrary

Just a little warm-up for tomorrow! #TakeTheCrown #WinAtHome @torontolibrary @BlueJays @Royals https://t.co/CbMrer8u1D

This is awesome—more conflicts should be settled with book titles.

[Twitter, h/t Cut4]


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