Get ready to see some bad baseballing from the Angels-Dodgers game on FRiday night in Anaheim.

We’ll start with the sixth inning, when Matt Kemp hit an RBI single to left field, and then all hell broke loose with a wacky rundown.

You know that play is better with the Yakety Sax treatment, and here it is!

Fast-forward to the bottom of the ninth, when the Dodgers had a 2-1 lead. With two outs and nobody on base, Shohei Ohtani came to the plate against Kenley Jansen. Despite looking very uncomfortable facing 96-mph cutters he’d never seen before, Ohtani worked a two-out walk. Ohtani immediately stole second base, and Yasmani Grandal’s throw went into center field, allowing Ohtani to reach third.

And then David Fletcher ripped an RBI single to bring Ohtani home and tie the game 2-2:

Veteran infielder Ian Kinsler came to bat next, and on a 1-0 count, took an “excuse me” swing that resulted in a bloop single into right field. Yasiel Puig misplayed the bounce, and Fletcher — running from first base — surprisingly took an aggressive turn around third. Fletcher quickly put on the brakes and went back to third; a good throw from the rocket-armed Puig would’ve had him out by 60 feet.

But Puig made the throw home anyway, and the ball bounced over Grandal to the Dodgers backstop, allowing for Fletcher to easily score and give the Angels a 3-2 walk-off victory.

A very fitting, very ugly way for this game to end:

Tom Emanski has to be shaking his head at this game.

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