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Top Ten Home Runs

10. " We'll see you Tomorrow Night" ...
10. " We'll see you Tomorrow Night" ...

10/26/91: Kirby Puckett homers off Atlanta's Charlie Leibrandt in the 11th ... Kirby's homer forces Game ... McGwire's walk-off home run in the ninth ...

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Bucky Bleeping Dent
Bucky Bleeping Dent

Russell Earl "Bucky" Dent is a former American Major League Baseball player and manager. He earned two World Series rings as the starting shortstop for the New York Yankees in 1977 and 1978, both over the Los Angeles Dodgers, and he was voted the World Series MVP in 1978. Dent is most famous for his home run in a tie-breaker game against the Boston Red Sox at the end of the 1978 season.

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Barry Bonds Hits No
Barry Bonds Hits No

Bonds hit under .200 for his first 10 games of the season and did not hit a home run until April 22. This 10-game stretch was his longest home run slump since the 1998 season.

Mark McGwire Sets the Single-Season Home run Record
Mark McGwire Sets the Single-Season Home run Record

70 Single Season Home Runs by Mark McGwire. Mark McGwire had been known throughout his career as a great home run hitter. In 1998, he changed the record books as the whole world watched. He, and Chicago Cub Sammy Sosa, brought back memories of the 1961 Mickey Mantle / Roger Maris home run race. McGwire eventually "won" by hitting the record breaking sixty-second homer seven days before Sosa.

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Carlton Fisk Waves it Fair
Carlton Fisk Waves it Fair

75 MLB Fisk Waves It Fair. Date / Aug 21, 1975. Location / Fenway Park | Boston, Mass. Moment / Tied 6–6 in the bottom of the 12th inning of Game 6 of the 1975 World Series, Carlton Fisk hit a high shot that hit the left foul pole at Fenway Park. While the ball was in the air, he waved the ball fair with his hands, hoping it wouldn’t go foul.

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Bill Mazeroski Makes World Series History
Bill Mazeroski Makes World Series History

He was a key member of the Pirates' World Series-winning teams in 1960 and 1971, and is best known for his walk-off home run in the bottom of the ninth inning in Game 7 of the 1960 World Series—the only game 7 walk-off homer in World Series history.

The Shot Heard 'Round the World
The Shot Heard 'Round the World

What was the “shot heard round the world ... had witnessed the 1775 battle at the North Bridge from his nearby home) ... three-run homer by the New York ...

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