In one of the craziest World Series games in postseason history, the Houston Astros outslugged the Los Angeles Dodgers with a walk-off 13-12 victory in the 10th inning of Game 5.
The Astros are now 27 outs from their first World Series championships in franchise history.
The 5 hour, 17 minute game — second longest in World Series history — was a heavyweight bout that produced some incredible numbers the Fall Classic has never seen.
Here's a look at some of the crazy facts that this game produced:
3 — The Astros became just the second team in World Series history to overcome multiple three-run holes, per Elias.
3⅔ — Length of Dallas Keuchel's start, the shortest outing he's had at Minute Maid Park.
4 — Comebacks combined by the Astros and Dodgers.
5 — First team with five different players, by Astros' Yuli Gurriel, Jose Altuve, George Springer, Carlos Correa and Brian McCann, with a homer in a single World Series game.
6 — Game-tying homers in five games are the most on record for any World Series, dating back to 1974.
8 — Home runs Clayton Kershaw has now allowed this playoffs, an MLB record.
14 — Number of total pitchers used in the game, as well as the number of hits by each team. Also marks a new World Series record for number of different players to homer.
22 — Total home runs between the two clubs in five games breaks the previous record of 21 by the San Francisco Giants and Anaheim Angels in their seven-game affair in 2002.
25 — Combined runs were the most in a Series game since Florida beat Cleveland 14-11 in Game 3 of the 1997 Series.
49-1 — Dodgers record when Clayton Kershaw pitches with a 4-run lead since the start of the 2012 season, heading into Game 5.
417 — Pitches thrown by 14 different pitchers.