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David Ross still has it.

With the Chicago Cubs down 1-0 in Game 4 of the NLDS against the San Francisco Giants, the oldest player on the Cubs’ roster made history.

Ross found a Matt Moore pitch he could handle, and drilled a game-tying, solo home run to left field to tie the game 1-1.

The home run was Ross’ first postseason dinger since he was a member of the Atlanta Braves in 2012.

With the homer, Ross not only became the oldest player in Cubs history to belt a postseason home run, but he also became the oldest catcher ever to go deep in the playoffs, according to MLB.com’s Andrew Simon.