I guess once every 108-years is going to have to be enough.
At least for now.
That’s because the Dodgers dismantled the Cubs last night in an 11-1 rout at Wrigley to advance to the World Series for the first time since 1988.
And the man with the big game for the Dodgers?
Reserve Infielder Kike Hernandez who had three hits—all of them home runs—including a grand slam in the third inning to put the Dodgers up 7-zip.
Of course, it was his first home run an inning earlier in the second that put the Dodgers up 2-zip that would be all they would need in the eventual 11-1 win.