1988's World Series was heavily favored to the Oakland A's, rather than the LA Dodgers.
Except no one gave L.A. that memo.
Game one was won in dramatic fashion by the Dodgers when an injured Kirk Gibson hit a game-winning home run.

While it was certainly a memorable moment for many people, the series, which was won by the Dodgers in five games, honors go to Orel Hershiser.
He dominated the baseball world in 1988 season, setting all sorts of records and achievements, leading the league with 23 wins, had five shutouts, won the Cy Young Award, and had the all time scoreless inning streak - 59 innings.

But back to Kirk and that memorable home run, let's re-live the moment!