Aroldis Chapman had a night to forget against the San Francisco Giants in Game 3 of the NLDS.

Cubs manager Joe Maddon went to his closer with two on and nobody out in the bottom of the eighth inning, with the Cubs holding a one-run lead, and Chapman gave up two hits a walk while recording one out, and when he left the Giants were ahead.

Chapman got an opportunity to redeem himself on Tuesday when the Cubs put together a stunning comeback in the top of the ninth inning in Game 4, scoring four runs to give Chapman a one-run lead to close out the series.

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He did.

#NLDS ✔️

— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) October 12, 2016

Afterwards, Chapman shared a message for Cubs fans.

Chicago, this is for you! Thank you for #believing - Chicago, esto es para ustedes. Gracias por el apoyo! #FlyTheW #CLINCHED #GoCubsGo

— Aroldis Chapman (@AChapman_105) October 12, 2016

The Cubs are onto the NLCS.