Dodgers’ Kyle Farmer Hits Walk-Off Double In First MLB At-Bat

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Kyle Farmer probably didn’t expect to be a hero any time soon when he was called up from Triple-A on Friday.

The 26-year-old catcher was recalled after reliever Grant Dayton went on the disabled list. It was a minor move, but Farmer wasted no time making a major impact.

Sunday night in the bottom of the 11th inning against the Giants, Farmer finally got his opportunity. L.A. was down 2-1 with one out and runners on first and second as Farmer stepped up to the plate for his first career MLB at-bat.

Then, this happened:

What a moment for Farmer, and what a season it’s been for the Dodgers. L.A. is now 74-31 (!) on the year and they’re showing no signs whatsoever of slowing down.

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