Did that just happen?
Did Marcus Semien really get a hit? Wait, did he really get three hits? Wait, did he really get an extra base hit?
Does Jonah Heim really own Shohei Ohtani? Did he really get three hits off last year’s MVP and face of baseball? Is he really 5-for-5 with a grand slam and seven runs batted in against the two-way phenom so far this season?
Did the Rangers really come back from being down 2-0 to take a 4-2 lead, only to blow it in the ninth because they chose not to close it with their closer only to give up a run in the top of the tenth but still win it in the bottom of the tenth for their first walk off win of the season?
And did Nathaniel Lowe really hit the game-winning home run? The same Nathanial Lowe who was hitless in the game up until that point? The same Nathanial Lowe who hit a scorching .368 in April but had largely disappeared since then, hitting just .143 in May? That guy showed up?
Yes. Yes to everything.
In the end, the Rangers played the most exciting game of the season. They picked up their first walk-off win. They swept the Angels. And they inched closer to .500.
All that just happened.
If more of that can happen, who knows what can happen.