The Los Angeles trailed the Philadelphia Phillies 5-2 entering the bottom of the ninth on Saturday night at Dodger Stadium.

Then Yasiel Puig homered to lead off the inning.

Then — on the very next pitch — rookie Cody Bellinger cranked a dinger off the right field foul pole (after hitting his first major-league homer earlier in the game).

And the next batter was Justin Turner, who hit his first homer of the season.

Back-to-back-to backs homers to start the bottom of the ninth inning, and tie the game:


The Dodgers capped off the comeback with an Adrian Gonzalez two-out single (it’s a play that probably should’ve been made, though) to walk it off in the ninth.

This comeback may remind you of a very similar — but even more unbelievable — game that took place for the Dodgers on September 18, 2006. The Dodgers hit four consecutive homers to start the bottom of the ninth inning to tie the game vs the San Diego Padres, before Nomar Garciaparra hit a walk-off dinger in the bottom of the tenth:


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