It's the only word I can think of to describe game 4 of the World Series between the Tampa Bay Rays and Los Angeles Dodgers.

Ultimately, the Rays won an absolute thriller by the score of 8-7 to even the series up at 2 games apiece.

Neither team ever led by more than 2 runs, in a back and forth contest that saw 4 lead changes.

Trailing by a run in the bottom of the 9th, down 1 run with runners on first and second, Brett Phillips came up to the plate. Moments later, the game was over in one of the craziest endings to a World Series of all-time.

An RBI single by a player batting less than .200 who had never had a postseason hit, coupled with an E8, led to a wild walk-off win for the Tampa Bay Rays in game 4 of the World Series.

Watch for yourself.

Philips had not registered a hit in a month, was not on the roster for the ALCS, and was brought up to the World Series roster for defense.

"What a great team effort in this win. It took almost 28 guys. That's what's special about this team," said Phillips. "It takes everyone. Baseball is fun. Wow."


An instant classic.

Game 5 is set for tomorrow night. First pitch is set for 7:08.

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