That's all the information you need to know for now.
Now watch it again and again:
Here's a longer version:
BRYCE-GRAND-FREAKIN'-SLAMMIN-HARPER. pic.twitter.com/qFFcqtoYV3— NBC Sports Philadelphia (@NBCSPhilly) August 16, 2019
Here's a phone friendly version:
BRYCE HARPER WITH THE WALK-OFF GRAND SLAM SPRINT 🔥 pic.twitter.com/9m2sAsuyAq— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) August 16, 2019
Here's how it sounded from Scott Franzke and Larry Anderson:
Scott Franzke nails the Harper home run call, and I haven’t heard LA that giddy in a long time pic.twitter.com/FhRT4UaEfW— Mitch Rupert (@Mitch_Rupert) August 16, 2019
Here's what it looks like as dots on the diamond:
Once Bryce Harper made contact, the Cubs right fielder knew this one was over. pic.twitter.com/uVbHwiBJZg— Cut4 (@Cut4) August 16, 2019
Here's the MLB Network's Ballpark Cam version:
And here's the man himself speaking with MLB Network after the game:
Here's what it looked like at Xfinity Live!:
Here's the view from the stands:
And here's John Kruk on repeat:
Here's the Bryce swing and Kruk's "OH MY GOD" on repeat pic.twitter.com/mxepLSgw3d— Cespedes Family BBQ (@CespedesBBQ) August 16, 2019
And now, here's the story...
Harper knows everyone in the dugout and ballpark expects him to get clutch hits in moments just like this.
Boy, he crushed it.
Harper blasted a grand slam with one out in the ninth inning, capping a six-run rally that sent the Philadelphia Phillies over the Chicago Cubs 7-5 Thursday night for a three-game sweep.
Harper delivered his biggest hit yet in his first season after signing a $330 million, 13-year contract with the Phillies, celebrating while running around the bases and then getting mobbed by teammates at the plate.
"That was sick. Wow, I don't even know. I mean, that was awesome. Oh my gosh," he said.
Harper added of his walk-off shot: "Besides winning the division and getting to the playoffs, that was one of the coolest moments I've ever had in my life."
Cubs starter Yu Darvish struck out 10, silencing Philadelphia's bats for seven innings a night after the Phillies scored 11 runs in former manager Charlie Manuel's debut as hitting coach.
But the Phillies rallied against Chicago's bullpen and moved within one game of the Cubs for the second wild-card spot in the National League.
Pinch hitter Brad Miller chased Rowan Wick with an RBI single in the ninth that cut it to 5-2, and Roman Quinn greeted Pedro Strop with an RBI single to make it a two-run game. Strop (2-5) hit Rhys Hoskins to load the bases with one out.
Derek Holland entered to face Harper and got ahead 0-2 in the count. Harper fouled off a 2-2 pitch before launching his 25th homer way out to right.
"Before I went to the plate, I touched my heart and I was thinking to myself: 'Why am I not jittery? Why am I not excited?' But that's just how I am," Harper said. "I go up there and each at-bat is the same. I don't think about bases loaded. I try to get a pitch I can drive and hopefully good things happen. I love those moments. I love those opportunities. I think it helped me a lot from a young age going through those emotions and having those opportunities at 8, 9, 10 years old in big-time games going to different states and cities playing for a lot of teams."
"I just love it. It's a lot of fun. These fans do expect that and I expect to do that for them on a nightly basis -- and if I don't, they'll let me know and I like that, too," he said.
Harper now has six career walk-off home runs, the second-most since he made his major league debut in 2012, behind Josh Donaldson, who has seven, according to ESPN Stats & Information research.
"I think everyone who watches baseball expects him to do that every time he's up," Phillies starter Drew Smyly said. "He's fun to watch."
Harper has seven homers and 15 RBIs in the past 12 games.
Ranger Suarez (4-1) tossed two scoreless innings to earn the win.
Anthony Rizzo, batting leadoff after the original lineup had him in his usual cleanup spot, gave the Cubs a 1-0 lead in the third when he hit his 22nd homer.
Ian Happ led off the fourth with a triple and scored on David Bote's double. Albert Almora Jr. hit an RBI single with two out, went to second on the throw home and advanced to third on shortstop Jean Segura's fielding error. Rizzo's single made it 4-0.
Kyle Schwarber slammed his 100th career homer and team-high 28th this season into the bushes in center field to put the Cubs ahead 5-0 in the fifth.
Corey Dickerson hit an RBI single with two out in the eighth off Wick, but right fielder Nicholas Castellanos threw out Hoskins trying to score from second on the play to end the inning.
"Darvish was outstanding but he was done," Cubs manager Joe Maddon said of lifting his starter.
Smyly gave up five runs in five innings. He has an 8.04 ERA in his past three starts after allowing one run in 13 innings in his first two starts for the team.
The Phillies claimed righty Jared Hughes off waivers from the Reds. Hughes will join the bullpen this weekend. He was 3-4 with one save and a 4.10 ERA for Cincinnati.
CUBS: SS Javier Baez was scratched from the lineup because of an illness. ... RHP Craig Kimbrel (right knee inflammation) felt fine after another bullpen session and is closer to returning. ... RHP Brandon Kintzler (right pectoral inflammation) is expected to return Friday. ... OF Jason Heyward (left knee inflammation) wasn't in the lineup for the second straight game but entered in Thursday's ninth inning as a defensive replacement.
PHILLIES: RHP Edubray Ramos (shoulder) was moved to the 60-day injured list to make room on the 40-man roster for Hughes.
Cubs: RHP Kyle Hendricks (8-9, 4.38 ERA) faces the Pirates in the start of a three-game series that will conclude a 10-game road trip.
Phillies: RHP Vince Velasquez (4-7, 4.30 ERA) starts the opener of a three-game series against the San Diego Padres.
And once more...
ESPN and the Associated Press contributed to this report.