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Yasmani Grandal reached down to hit a two-run shot and this Cubs fan couldn't believe his eyes

Fans bring a lot of passion to the ballpark -- so when it's been 108 years since the Cubs' last World Series title, you can imagine the emotions surging within North Sider fans as their club battled the Dodgers in the NLCS this week. 

In the fourth inning of Tuesday night's showdown at Dodger Stadium, the Dodgers plated two runs against Jake Arrieta in the form of a two-run homer to right field by Yasmani Grandal.  

Grandal reached down on the Arrieta offering to send the pitch deep into the Southern California night: And it was all a lot for one Cubs fan in particular to take:


October baseball means emotions, and there were plenty during this moment on Tuesday -- a night the Dodgers rode Grandal's homer and some fine pitching from Rich Hill to a 6-0 victory over Chicago.

Tune in to Game 4, Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET on FS1 to see if the Cubs can pull even with the Dodgers, who now lead the NLCS 2-1.