Baseball fans using AT&T posted the equivalent of 9 million selfies during World Series Games 3-5 held in Houston.

AT&T customers used more than 1.1 terabytes of data during Game 5 at Minute Maid Park on Sunday. That's equal to more than 3.3 million selfies.

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Throughout the weekend, AT&T customers used more than 3.1 TB of mobile data at Minute Maid Park. That's equal to more than 9 million selfies on social media.

T-Mobile pitted Dodgers fans vs. Astros fans when examining data use.

T-Mobile customers at Dodger Stadium posted to Instagram nearly 1,000 times every minute during game two. But where they consistently beat Houston was video streaming with more than twice the amount of Netflix video and almost one and a half times more YouTube video than fans in Houston.

The Astros home crowd was more active on social media, using T-Mobile to post on Facebook and Twitter 5.5 and 6.5 times more than the Los Angeles crowd.