UPDATE, 11:24 p.m. EDT Oct. 27: After the Fox broadcast of Game 1 of the World Series resumed, the television network issued the following statement:

"Before the start of the bottom of the fourth inning of tonight's World Series Game 1, a rare electronics failure caused both the primary and backup generators inside the FOX Sports production compound to lose power. The issue was immediately addressed, although it resulted in the audience missing one at-bat during the time needed to switch to carriage of Major League Baseball's international feed, powered by a different generator on site. The on-field delay was due to replay capability being lost in both teams' clubhouses. We apologize for the interrruption in tonight's coverage and are working to ensure that the remainder of the World Series is broadcast without incident."

Original Story:

Fox's broadcast of Game 1 of the World Series, between the New York Mets and Kansas City Royals, was interrupted a couple times Tuesday night after the network temporarily lost power, the New York Times reported. The network quickly switched to an international broadcast of the game with different broadcasters. 

As the network scrambled, the game was brought to a halt, leaving fans at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri, and viewers watching from home confused. Many fans took to Twitter to sound off on the technical glitch.