Kenley Jansen suffered a spectacular loss in the World Series on Saturday-evening (local time) with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Tampa Bay Rays narrowly won in the fourth meeting of the MLB final.
After eight innings, the Dodgers of Dutchman Kenley Jansen still led 7-6 in the Globe Life Park in Texas.
Pitcher Jansen was standing on the pitching mound to secure the victory for his team, but just then things went completely wrong due to blunder at the Dodgers.
Verrevelder Chris Taylor bounced a hit by Brett Phillips out of his glove and saw Kevin Kiermaier tie the score from second base, but things got worse after that.
Catcher Will Smith missed a throw, which brought Randy Arozarena to his own surprise to secure the victory for Tampa Bay Rays.
The Rays win puts it 2-2 in the best-of-seven series.
It is the second time that the Los Angeles Dodgers have lost a lead in the series.
On Friday-evening, the California formation was still 6-2 too strong for Tampa Bay Rays.
The next meeting is scheduled for the night from Sunday to Monday (Dutch time).
Both teams now need two wins to secure the title in the MLB.
The Dodgers can win the World Series for the seventh time and for the first time since 1988.
The California squad previously triumphed in 1955, 1959, 1963, 1965 and 1981. In 2017 and 2018, the Dodgers lost the MLB finals.