New York was leading Boston 2-1 Sunday night and things were looking good for Yankees fans. Former Sea Dog Rafael Devers – who played in Portland as recently as June – faced an 0-2 count against Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman in the ninth inning when the dynamics changed.

Chapman unleashed a 102.8 mph fastball and Devers tagged it, drilling a solo home run over the centerfield fence to tie the game. This fan’s reaction sums it up nicely:

And there’s a little icing on the cake for Sea Dogs fans: Andrew Benintendi, who played with Portland last season, hit the game-winning single in the 10th inning.


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