The Cleveland Guardians have seemingly picked up right where they left off from a season ago.
Last year, they won 92 games and came out of nowhere to win their first AL Central title under the new name.
While the Minnesota Twins currently hold the top spot in the division, the Guardians are just a half-game back of first after a wild walk-off win on Sunday afternoon against the Seattle Mariners.
It was a back-and-forth game between the two clubs.
Neither team gave an inch.
But each time the Mariners jumped out in front, the Guardians seemingly had an answer and battled back to tie things up.
In ended with a play at the plate when Josh Bell grounded into a fielder’s choice.
A video of the final play can be found in the tweet below.
The @CleGuardians win a wild one in the 12th! #Walkoff pic.twitter.com/2l1UrcRX3J
— MLB (@MLB) April 9, 2023
Bell grounded one to two-time Gold Glove second baseman Kolten Wong, who fired home to try and nab Jose Ramirez, but he was just a little bit late.
The run scored.
Ramirez slid under catcher Cal Raleigh‘s tag, barely beating the throw and securing an epic come-from-behind win for the Guardians.
Cleveland is now 6-4 on the season.
Their epic comeback win prevented a sweep at the hands of the Mariners.
Cleveland reached the ALDS last October.
They eliminated the Tampa Bay Rays in the Wild Card Series before taking the Yankees the full five in the ALDS.
New York won the series, but the Guardians are bound and determined to fight back in 2023 and go deeper.NEXT: Fans React To Travis Kelce's Hilarious First Pitch