Some of the World Series most amazing home runs

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Joe Carter’s walk-off wins the World Series on Oct. 23, 1993

On that night the World Series ended when Carter smashed a home run, but the year before, it ended when he caught the ball for the final out. The Philadelphia Phillies were leading 6-5 in Game 6 against the Toronto Blue Jays at the Skydome, when Mitch Williams, Phillies closer pitcher had two runners on base, and had one out in the ninth. When it was Carter’s turn to bat, the count was to 2-2, and he was just thinking to base hit and tied the game. But it didn’t go as planned, Carter took advantage of a slow slider and sent the ball over the fence, giving the defending champion Blue Jays an 8-6 victory.

“They haven’t made that word up yet to describe what the feeling is,” said Carter, he became the second player to end a World Series with a home run. (Bill Mazeroski was the first)

Andrew Jones hits two home runs in the World Series

Andrew Jones a teenager from the beautiful island of Curacao was the first at-bat in the first World Series game he had ever seen, and he pounded a home run. Just one inning after this, he hit World Series home run No. 2.

At that moment Andrew Jones became the youngest player in history to hit a World Series home run, taking away Mickey Mantle record, and he joined Reggie Jackson as the only men to hit October home runs in three consecutive at-bats.

Reggie Jackson hit home runs on three consecutive pitches

Reggie Jackson proved he was “Mr. October” in Game 6 of the 1977 World Series. He hit a two-run homer in the fourth inning at his first turn to swing, giving the Yankees the lead. The second time he came to bat in the fifth inning, he hit on the first pitch of Elias Sosa to make the score 7-3, and in the eight, he hit another home run, bringing the Yankees their first championship since 1962.

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