Greatest Walk Off Home Runs
The Top Ten Greatest Walk Off Home Runs
even the announcer didn't think it was gone but it barley got over the wall for the greatest moment in canadian baseball history - proxYgen
TOUCH EM ALL JOE! YOU'LL NEVER HIT A BIGGER HOME RUN IN YOUR LIFE! - crazyeyes56
because toronto may never win a world series again. and it was huge for canadian baseball
Underdog team at home best city in world. Injured Gibson comes in to do the hardes thing in baseball pinch hit and sends it over right field wall like Vin said I can't believe it its gone
I have a great Vin Scully impression
This is first
I still feel that chill going down my spine from that magical moment - crazyeyes56
Jeter's shot in the 11th inning looked like it was going to go out of the park. Jeter roped it to right field and it just got over the right-field fence. I like that Jeter became "Mr. November" for his ability to hit the first November home run in MLB history.
JETER IS THE BEST PLAYER PLAYING TODAY
Greatest hitter since ted Williams
Best walk off
The whole stadium was watching that ball sail foul then come back into fair territory!
I still remember that moment
That was an amazing moment
Should be #1 no doubt. The ONLY world series game 7 EVER to end on a walk off home run! Joe carters was great but this is a game 7. People forget about this since it was in 1960.
Greatest moment in world series history - by far the most amazing moment.
I hated that moment because I'm a huge Yankees fan. - TheLister
This is a disgrace. Should be #1 by far.
The 2011 season of the saint Louis cardinals was a true underdog year. They just barely grabbed the wild card over the Braves beat the Phillies, beat their biggest threat all year the Brewers; and in the World Series versus the Rangers it seemed as if they were gonna win but Freese hit that amazing walk off in game 6 and then win. That was an amazing moment
Most memorable game in baseball for me. Joe Carter and Kirk Gibson homers were memorable but there was something magical about that game with the Cards and Rangers. No way the Cards should have won that series but there was no stopping them after the Game 6 win.
After the game coming down to 1 strike twice, he tied it, then won it.
This homerun was a pitch that was one strike away from the Rangers first ever world victory. But, I am a huge fan of the Cardinals and I see this walk off as the most amazing walk off ever
The twins wouldn't have gone to game 7 and won the series
IT'S GONE! IT'S GONE! EVAN LONGORIA HAS JUST GIVEN THE RAYS THE AMERICAN LEAGUE WILD CARD!
How bout Werth's celebration. Slamming down the helmet
A 13 pitch at bat
Indians beat Red Sox; Pena's jack was a sight to behold. - tribe95