The Texas Rangers have had a rough start to the 2017 season, in front of their home fans.

After losing the first two games of their opening series to the Cleveland Indians at Globe Life Park in Arlington, the Rangers looked to be in good shape to secure their first win of the year as they headed into the top of the ninth with a 6-4 lead on Wednesday night.

However, closer Sam Dyson walked in a run with one out, and then Francisco Lindor made the damage much, much worse in the next at-bat. Lindor absolutely crushed a Dyson offering down the right field line for a grand slam, and one Rangers fan really took the meltdown hard:

And with that, the Indians went on to win 9-6.

It’s a very, very long season, Rangers fans. Better days are ahead!

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