After 162 games and some, the World Series has come down to the underdog Texas Rangers and the underdog Arizona Diamondbacks.
Fans who were committed enough to see Game 4 on Halloween were rewarded when world No. 2 golfer Jon Rahm, wearing his brand new green jacket, stepped to the mound at Chase Field.
It's clearly not a 50 Cent- or Mariah Carey-level catastrophe, but it's no Brian Harman either. Actually, the camera doesn't catch the final resting place of the ball in either shot, which is, um, not what you want.
Rahm hits a plate-high home run, but he decides to strike out and inflate the ball to the right, where it will be beyond of the reach of most runners save for Javy Baez.
The good news is that Jon Rahm still has time to redeem himself on the mound before his career is up and he can still win majors.
Unfortunately, Arizona is not likely to be the location. Diamondbacks are now facing elimination after Tuesday's 11-7 defeat put them down 3-1 in the series.
If it takes as long for the D-Backs to return to the Fall Classic as it did the previous time, Rahm will be 50 years old.