The critical instant: Carlton Fisk slams his game-winning homer in the 12th.
This is an article from the Nov. 3, 1975 issue
The drama begins with Fred Lynn's three-run drive in the first.
Ken Griffey retaliates in the fifth with his two-run triple.
Lynn's gallant leap for the ball fails; he crashes and collapses.
Cesar Geronimo rounds third after his eight-inning homer makes it 6-3
Denny Doyle's rash dash home in the ninth; he's out.
It is Cesar who buries Luis Tiant; he is taken out.
Bernie Carbo rips the improbable eighth-inning pinch home run, his second of the Series, that ties the game 6-6.
All of which leads to the mob scene for Fisk.