You know when you’re a kid, or adult for that matter, pretending to be up with two outs in the ninth, bases loaded, with a chance to win the game? Well, Michael Brantley of the Indians basically just got to do that.

With two outs in the bottom of the ninth down 6-2 to the Rangers, the Indians were down to their final out — their final strike, even — with Brantley up to bat with the bases juiced. The 46% of bettors holding under 9.5 tickets were on their way to the window … until tragedy struck.

 

Brutal. Absolutely brutal.

Texas backers had to sweat for another hour or so, and although the stress took years of their lives, Joey Gallo and Isiah Kiner-Falefa went back-to-back in the 12th to save their +175 tickets. The Rangers had reached -8402 on Pinnacle’s live line before allowing the granny. After the Indians tied the game, Texas dropped to as low as +212 before holding on for the win.

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Pictured: Michael Brantley; Ken Blaze – USA TODAY Sports