Indians tie World Series with incredibly clutch 8th-inning homer

It's one of the most clutch home runs in the history of baseball.

Talk about an incredible World Series. With the Chicago Cubs just four outs away from its first championship in 108 years, the Cleveland Indians tied the scored at 6-6 on a 2-run, 2-out homer by Rajai Davis in the bottom of the eighth in Game 7.

Rajai. Davis.

Cleveland. Legend.

— MLB (@MLB) November 3, 2016

Davis hit the long ball off of Cubs All-Star closer Aroldis Chapman, who hadn't allow a homer since being traded the Cubs from the Yankees before the trade deadline. The last player to homer against him was Twins catcher Kurt Suzuki on June 18.

At the time of this posting, the game was tied 6-6 going into the 10th inning.

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