mlb:

Start it up. Oh, Hunter Pence did. 

mlb:

Start it up. Oh, Hunter Pence did. 


October 21, 1975
In the bottom of the 12th inning of Game Six at Fenway Park, Red Sox catcher Carlton Fisk hits one of the most dramatic home runs in major league history, forcing a seventh game with the Reds. This event was chosen as one of baseball’s most memorable moments in 2002.

October 21, 1975
In the bottom of the 12th inning of Game Six at Fenway Park, Red Sox catcher Carlton Fisk hits one of the most dramatic home runs in major league history, forcing a seventh game with the Reds. This event was chosen as one of baseball’s most memorable moments in 2002.


October 20, 1982
The Brewers, playing in their first World Series, are unable to hold on to a 3-1 lead in Game 7 when the Cardinals’ Keith Hernandez hits a two-run sixth inning single, leading to a 6-3 win over Milwaukee. It’s the Cardinals first world championship since 1967.

October 20, 1982

The Brewers, playing in their first World Series, are unable to hold on to a 3-1 lead in Game 7 when the Cardinals’ Keith Hernandez hits a two-run sixth inning single, leading to a 6-3 win over Milwaukee. It’s the Cardinals first world championship since 1967.


October 19, 2007
After 12 seasons and 12 playoff appearances including 10 AL East titles, six pennants and four world championships, manager Joe Torre rejects the Yankees’ offer which calls for a pay cut. The non-negotiable offer - a one-year, $5 million deal with $1 million incentives per playoff round and an $8 million option for 2009 if the Yankees reached next year’s World Series - was considered by many to be insulting and a ploy to oust the popular manager without upsetting the team’s fans.

October 19, 2007
After 12 seasons and 12 playoff appearances including 10 AL East titles, six pennants and four world championships, manager Joe Torre rejects the Yankees’ offer which calls for a pay cut. The non-negotiable offer - a one-year, $5 million deal with $1 million incentives per playoff round and an $8 million option for 2009 if the Yankees reached next year’s World Series - was considered by many to be insulting and a ploy to oust the popular manager without upsetting the team’s fans.


October 18, 2004
After 5 hours, 49 minutes and 471 pitches, the Red Sox outlast the Yankees, 5-4, in Game 5 of the league championship. Boston’s DH David Ortiz, who is the first player in baseball history to hit two walk-off home runs during the postseason, ends the longest game in ALCS history at 1:22 a.m. with a two-out single into center scoring Johnny Damon from second in the 14th inning at Fenway Park.

October 18, 2004
After 5 hours, 49 minutes and 471 pitches, the Red Sox outlast the Yankees, 5-4, in Game 5 of the league championship. Boston’s DH David Ortiz, who is the first player in baseball history to hit two walk-off home runs during the postseason, ends the longest game in ALCS history at 1:22 a.m. with a two-out single into center scoring Johnny Damon from second in the 14th inning at Fenway Park.


October 17, 1978
At Dodger Stadium, New York beats Los Angeles, 7-2, to take their twenty-second World Championship. Yankees shortstop Bucky Dent is named the World Series MVP.

October 17, 1978
At Dodger Stadium, New York beats Los Angeles, 7-2, to take their twenty-second World Championship. Yankees shortstop Bucky Dent is named the World Series MVP.


mlb:

A moment you can’t put into words. #NLCS

Watch the bay in the second gif. So cool.

mlb:

Travis Ishikawa. Unbelievable. #NLCS #CLINCHTOBER


October 16, 1985
Coming back from a 3 to 1 game deficit, the Royals capture the American League pennant, beating the Blue Jays in Game 7 of the ALCS, 6-2. Kansas City will go on to beat the Cardinals to win the franchise’s first World Series championship.

October 16, 1985
Coming back from a 3 to 1 game deficit, the Royals capture the American League pennant, beating the Blue Jays in Game 7 of the ALCS, 6-2. Kansas City will go on to beat the Cardinals to win the franchise’s first World Series championship.


mlb:

Buster Posey stands tall for the Giants … again. #NLCS