With five games decided by one run, four in the final at-bat, and three in extra innings -- including Kirby Puckett's 11th-inning home run in Game 6 -- it was fitting this series ended with Jack Morris throwing 10 scoreless innings to win the series in a 1-0 victory.
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The first World Series to run into November featured Randy Johnson and Curt Schilling on the mound for the Diamondbacks, two extra-inning games and Luis Gonzalez's walk-off bloop single in Game 7.
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The defining moment of the series was Carlton Fisk's 12th-inning home run, but the Reds got the best of a series that had five one-run games when they came back from a 3-0 deficit in Game 7 to win on Joe Morgan's two-out single in the top of the ninth.
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The Dodgers won their only World Series in Brooklyn thanks to Johnny Podres' two complete game wins, including a shutout in Game 7.
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San Francisco was seven outs away from winning its first World Series when the Angels roared back from five runs down to send the series to Game 7, which it would win. Barry Bonds went 8-17 with four home runs, and the series featured four one-run games, including an 11-10 Game 2.
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The Mets capped a miracle Game 6 rally when Bill Buckner's infamous error allowed the winning run to score in the 10th inning, then overcame a three-run deficit to win Game 7 two nights later.
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Detroit came back from a 3-1 deficit behind the arm of Series MVP Mickey Lolich, who pitched three complete games and gave up just one run and five hits in Game 7.
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Bill Mazeroski hit the first walk-off home run to end a World Series, his shot in the bottom of the ninth in Game 7 giving Pittsburgh a 10-9 win.<br><br>Send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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