Cleveland Indians outfielder Rajai Davis, who started Game 7 in favor of slumping rookie Tyler Naquin, has had an unlikely impact in the winner-take-all. His biggest moment, however, came in the bottom of the eighth inning, when Davis hit his first career postseason home run to tie the game 6-6.

Here’s how it all went down for him in Game 7, leading to World Series history.

Let’s get it

Just out of reach

Inning-ending double play

Looks good off the bat

Touch ’em all

Tongue face

Chest bump time

Indians teammates rejoice


History has been made