MLB Twitter reacts to Rays' insane World Series walk-off vs. Dodgers

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Giants, MLB Twitter react to Dodgers' Game 4 loss to Rays originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

What the hell just happened?

That's what every single person watching the end of Game 4 of the 2020 World Series was saying and thinking Saturday night.

The Los Angeles Dodgers lost to the Tampa Bay Rays in one of the most painful ways possible and on the most chaotic plays possible.

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The World Series now is tied two games apiece after the Rays' crazy 8-7 walk-off win.

Giants fans definitely won't feel bad for the Dodgers or their fans, and the reaction on Twitter was mind-blowing, as you can imagine.

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The Dodgers were one out away from going up three games to one. Instead, the Rays are alive and swimming. Now, the World Series becomes a best-of-three battle.

Guess who will be on the mound for the Dodgers in Game 5 on Sunday? Yep. Clayton Kershaw. Nothing can go wrong for LA, right?