In an effort to maintain interest in baseball by speeding up its pace of play, MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred has simulated the entire MLB postseason on his computer, ending the season today with the Tampa Bay Rays winning the fall classic in 5 games.

“We think this will really help us generate more interest in our game, especially among younger fans,” Manfred said. “Kids today often sim games when they’re playing Madden or 2k, so we just need to get with the times.”

While fans of most teams were angry about this new process, Manfred pointed out that this took him all but 3 minutes, as opposed to an entire month of play and entertainment.