How loud did Globe Life Field get after Adolis Garcia’s game-winning home run?

How loud is it inside Globe Life Field for the World Series?

The Star-Telegram was interested to find out. Here are some readings from moments at the game, recorded by staff writers Lawrence Dow and Harrison Mantas. They used the Decibel X app to measure the noise.

A few decibel comparisons: 20 (a ticking watch), 85 (city traffic, a noisy restaurant), 100 (roaring motorcycle), 135 (jet engine), 140 (gunshot).

Here are moments at Globe Life Field on Friday:

When the gates had just opened the decibel reading was at 58 but jumped up to 105.1 once player introductions began with the loudest cheers for ALCS MVP Adolis Garcia.

The national anthem clocked in at 106.9 and former President George Bush’s first pitch came in at 103.4 after Pudge Rodriguez amped the crowd up.

After the Rangers scored the first run of the game off an Evan Carter double the decibel level was 109.3.

Mitch Garver’s bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the third inning hit 107.9 on the app.

The crowd noise reached 101.1, as loud as it had in innings, after Adolis Garcia’s eighth-inning single against Kevin Ginkel.

Garcia got the crowd going again in the top of the ninth inning (100.4) with a spectacular catch at the right field wall.

After Corey Seager’s game-tying two-run homer the crowd reached its loudest level of night hitting 112 decibels.

The crowd had their loudest boos of the night (101.2) after Adolis Garcia was hit by Paul Sewald.

Adolis Garcia hits the bomb to win the game, hitting 104.2 decibels.