Cincinnati Reds troll Chicago Cubs, Aroldis Chapman

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David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

The Cleveland Indians weren't the only Ohio team happy to see Rajai Davis tie Game 7 of the World Series with his two-run home run in the eighth inning Wednesday.

The Cincinnati Reds took to Twitter to troll the pitcher who served Davis' home run, their former closer Aroldis Chapman.

Chapman spent six years in the Reds' organization before being traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers in December.

That deal fell apart due to Chapman's domestic abuse situation, which led to a 30-game suspension.

Chapman allegedly choked his 22-year-old girlfriend, Cristina Barnea, and fired eight shots in the garage of his Davie, Fla., home. Prosecutors did not press charges but the Dodgers decided they wanted no part of the lefty.

He was then sent to the New York Yankees, who traded him to the Cubs in-season.