The Fame Game

October 26, 2015

WHAT BETTER way to project who will win this year's World Series than by matching up the most famous and successful celebrity fans of each team. The Mets might have the most total wattage, but in a one-star-per-round survive-and-advance format, Chris Rock and Jon Stewart don't even get in the game.

PAUL RUDD

Rudd takes some heat for the last season of Friends, but his history with Judd Apatow gets him past omnipresent hip-hop lightweight Drake.

DRAKE

JASON SUDEIKIS

VINCE VAUGHN

The Cubbies trot out Vaughn, the Swingers star who always has a green light, but K.C.'s Sudeikis played a catcher in Eastbound & Down.

BILL MURRAY

In a tooth-and-nail battle of aces, Murray takes out Seinfeld in extra innings; it's a Cinderella story.

JERRY SEINFELD

THEY SAID IT

"I HAVE SO FEW BRAIN CELLS LEFT, I HAVE TO PROTECT THEM. THEY'RE ON THE ENDANGERED-SPECIES LIST RIGHT NOW."

Joe Maddon

Cubs manager talking about his days of relatively tame post-NLDS celebration.

SIGN OF THE APOCALYPSE

The hero of the Blue Jays' 6--3 ALDS clincher, Jose Bautista, rode home from the game on a scooter.

PHOTOINSTAGRAM (BAUTISTA) PHOTOED ZURGA/GETTY IMAGES (RUDD) PHOTOKYLE RIVAS/GETTY IMAGES (SUDEIKIS) PHOTOJEFF ROBERSON/AP (VAUGHN) PHOTOJONATHAN DANIEL/GETTY IMAGES (MURRAY) PHOTOJIM MCISAAC/GETTY IMAGES (SEINFELD) PHOTOJON DURR/GETTY IMAGES (MADDON) PHOTO ILLUSTRATIONKARWAI TANG/WIREIMAGE/GETTY IMAGES (DRAKE PHOTO ILLUSTRATION)

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HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)