WATCH: Diamondbacks Set Amazing MLB Record With Historic 4 Home Run Inning Against Overrated Dodgers

History was made last night as the Arizona Diamondbacks became the first team in playoff history to hit four home runs in a single inning.

The extraordinary feat occurred in the third inning and virtually sealed the deal for red-hot D-backs who went on to complete an improbable three-game sweep of the 100-win Los Angeles Dodgers.

Veteran pitcher Lance Lynn was on the mound for the Dodgers when all hell broke loose.

Lynn, who had led the majors with 44 home runs allowed during the regular season, fell prey to his homer-prone tendencies.

It all began with Geraldo Perdomo, the nine-hole hitter, who ignited the inning with a powerful home run…

Ketel Marte stepped up to the plate and promptly followed Perdomo’s lead with another home run, contributing to Lynn’s misery…

Christian Walker further fueled the fire by launching the inning’s third home run, leaving Dodgers fans in disbelief…

The most dramatic and contentious moment of the inning came when catcher Gabriel Moreno stepped into the batter’s box.

Moreno appeared to have hit a home run down the right-field line. Dodgers right fielder, Jason Heyward, and members of LA’s bullpen stationed nearby immediately began protesting, insisting that the ball was foul.

The umpiring crew convened to discuss the matter and ultimately ruled it a foul ball … Video review confirmed their decision, giving the Dodgers a second life. 

However, the drama was far from over … On the very next pitch, Moreno sent a soaring home run into the stands, leaving no room for doubt or controversy…

The four home runs made all the difference in the Diamondbacks series-clinching 4-2 win.

Are you a believer in Arizona?

Can this overlooked and disrespected 84-78 team actually win the World Series???