“Boston Unleashes Weather Machine to Delay Game, Slow Down Shohei Ohtani”

It turns out, however, that the city of Boston may have had a hand in the delays.

A new conspiracy theory has emerged, claiming that the city of Boston conspired to delay the game in order to slow down Shohei Ohtani, the Los Angeles Angels’ two-way superstar. Ohtani had been on a tear at the plate and on the mound, and the Red Sox were looking to slow him down in their matchup.

According to reports, a group of city officials met with the Red Sox and agreed to manipulate the weather to delay their game. The group allegedly had access to a powerful weather machine that could control the rain, and they used it to make sure that the game was delayed multiple times.

The conspiracy theory is bolstered by rumors that the city of Boston has been using their weather machine for years to control the weather during Red Sox games. In the past, the city has allegedly used the machine to create rain delays when their team was down in the game, allowing them to regroup and come back to win.

The city of Boston has yet to comment on the allegations, but the rumors have already sparked an investigation by Major League Baseball. If the conspiracy is true, it could have major implications for the Red Sox and the Angels, and could lead to serious penalties for the city of Boston.

Only time will tell if the conspiracy theory holds up, but it is certainly one to keep an eye on.

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