Astros Win on One of the Weirdest Walk-Offs in Baseball History

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However, the Astros tied the game in their half of the inning and had runners on first and second with one out.

The result was easily the weirdest walk-off play of the Major League Baseball season. Tucker sprinted home with the game-winning run to complete the wild finish to the game.

Talk about a rough way to lose - especially after the A's put up up four runs in the ninth to send the game to extra innings. Bregman didn't even make a move for first base.

Bregman's tapper just beyond home plate stayed in fair territory.

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Alex Bregman dribbled a ball a few feet from home plate that A's catcher Jonathan Lucroy picked up. However, Bregman then juked backwards as Lucroy attempted to tag him out. Lucroy then lost control of the ball in his attempt, and Bregman took off running. Lucroy threw to first but the ball appeared to hit Bregman in the helmet and ricochet into foul territory, allowing Tucker to score the winning run.

Bregman is the king of the weird walk off.

This would have been his fourth walk-off RBI of the season, but it was credited as an error so he doesn't get credit.

His freaky walk-off on Tuesday wasn't even his first like it. Bregman hit a similar pop-up walk-off in April, though that ball got a little bit more air time.

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