Philadelphia Phillies manager Gabe Kapler chose to bring in lefty Adam Morgan to see his way out of trouble. However, he walked Ian Happ to load the bases. He saw light at the end of the double, getting Ben Zobrist to ground into a 1-2 force out at home plate, bringing up Jason Heyward for the dreaded lefty-on-lefty matchup.

 In his career, Heyward had a .642 OPS against lefties compared to .801 against righties. So of course Heyward hit a two-out, walk-off grand slam to give the Cubs the 7-5 victory.  

Since signing with Chicago Cubs, Heyward has been pretty sub par to say the least, so now Cubs fans are having trouble figuring out if they actually like the guy now.  Check out some tweets below: