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World Series Game 6: Will the Giants-Royals Add Another Memorable Moment to the List?

Although the folks in New York, Boston and other Eastern metropolises haven’t exactly been glued to their television screens, it’s still been a thoroughly enjoyable World Series this October. 1,074 more words

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - October 28, 2014


Tonight is Game 6 of the World Series.

Those words can bring up so many different memories. Who will be the Reggie Jackson, Carlton Fisk, Don Denkinger, Bill Buckner, Kirby Puckett, Joe Carter, Tom Glavine, Josh Beckett, David Freese or Nelson Cruz of the night? 82 more words

San Francisco Giants

All About Joe Carter, High Tops and Cool

So, 21 years ago tonight, Joe Carter hit a three run home run to win the 1993 World Series for the Toronto Blue Jays.  Just to make that extra clear, I said twenty-one years ago, and 1993 World Series.   231 more words

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Joe Carter broke the Phillies hearts with a historic walk-off home run 21 years ago today

Twenty-one years ago today with the tying run on second and the World Series-winning run of first, the Blue Jays’ Joe Carter came up to the mound and hit a walk-off home run, breaking Phillies’ fans hearts everywhere. 108 more words

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1993 HEADLINE: Joe Carter's Dynamic Home Run Captures The World Series For Toronto!!!

1993 HEADLINE: Joe Carter’s Dynamic Home Run Captures The World Series For Toronto!!!

On this day in 1993 Joe Carter hit one of the most recognizable home runs in World Series history.  95 more words

World Series

A walk-off World Series win

On October 23, 1993,  Toronto Blue Jay, Joe Carter became the second player in Major League Baseball to help his team to a World Championship with a walk-off home run. 219 more words

Baseball

Still the Greatest Post-Season Home Run... Ever!

It was 21 years ago this week that Joe Carter touched them all. His home run off Philadelphia’s Mitch Williams in Game 6 of the 1993 World Series won the Toronto Blue Jays their 2nd straight title. 656 more words

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