Reactions, dancing and a fall top LDS GIFs

Reactions, dancing and a fall top LDS GIFs

Here's a look at some of the top moments, courtesy of @MLBGIFs, from a full day of Division Series action that saw the Rangers take a 2-0 Series lead over the Blue Jays with a 6-4, 14-inning victory; the Royals even their series with the Astros with a 5-4 win in Game 2; the Cardinals open with a 4-0 shutout of the Cubs; and the Mets beat the Dodgers, 3-1, in Game 1 of their Series.

1. Alberto's Reaction

The unlikely hero of Game 2, Hanser Alberto, celebrates upon driving in the go-ahead run for the Rangers in the 14th inning. It was a moment of redemption for the rookie infielder, whose second-inning error led to two Toronto runs. 

Alberto's Reaction

2. Stroman slow-mo scream

A fired up Blue Jays starter Marcus Stroman lets loose after a big defensive play. The right-hander allowed four runs (three earned) in seven innings vs. the Rangers in his postseason debut.  

Stroman Scream Reaction

3. Seager face

Much to his disbelief, Dodgers rookie Corey Seager knocks his first career postseason hit, a two-out double off Mets starter Jacob deGrom that just barely landed in fair territory.

Corey Seager makes funny face

4. Watch Wong Whip

Cardinals second baseman Kolten Wong breaks out his dance moves after his two-out double in the second inning of St. Louis' win over the rival Cubs.

Kolten Wong does whip

5. Fielder tumbling over railing

Rangers DH Prince Fielder runs into some trouble vaulting the dugout railing as he attempts to join his teammates on the field to celebrate their Game 2 victory over the Blue Jays. 

Prince Fielder Trips over Dugout, Rolls

6. Bautista reacts to review

An incredulous Jose Bautista reacts to a 14th-inning replay review that ruled the Rangers' Rougned Odor safe at second. Odor would eventually come around to score the go-ahead run as Texas won, 6-4. 

Bautista Reaction after review

7. A moment nine years in the making

With two outs in the seventh inning of a one-run game vs. the Dodgers, Mets captain David Wright came through big, driving in a pair of runs with a single in his first playoff action since 2006. 

David Wright fist pump after single

Chad Thornburg is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.