The Los Angeles Dodgers are just one game away from heading to the NLCS after winning game three 13-6 against the Atlanta Braves Sunday night.
According to CBS LA, the Dodgers 13-run win ties the most runs in the franchise’s post-season history since 1956 vs. the New York Yankees.
Dodgers’ left-fielder Carl Crawford had a big night; first hitting a three-run homer in the second inning, then making an incredible catch in the eighth.
Crawford tracked a fly ball by McCann down the left field line and all the way into the stands. As the ball drifted foul towards the stands, Crawford reached over the wall for the grab and took quite the tumble flipping head over heels into the aisle in the process.
But it was all worth it as Crawford was able to hold on to the ball for the out. Check out his highlight reel from the night.