"When Baltimore hit those homers to tie it [in the top of the ninth], I knew he was coming up next with a chance to hit a walk-off," said Trout, who grew up a Phillies fan but had Jeter posters in his room in Millville, N.J. "Everybody was calling it. I wouldn't expect anything less from him. Unbelievable way to go out. I think everybody got goose bumps and chills watching it."
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