The Rockies managed to unload the remainder of their World Series tickets today, a day after their overwhelmed servers crashed after selling just 500 seats. The team blamed a malicious hacker onslaught, but problems persisted one day later and ticket sales were slow, reports the Rocky Mountain News.
Many Colorado fans were left frustrated, thwarted by delay messages and pages that wouldn't load. "It really makes us look bush league out here," opined a local. It took two hours and 45 minutes to sell the 54,000 tickets.