Over the duration of the World Series, we've been re-living the best moments of the game.
There are many, and this year will certainly add some memorable moments to the history books.

For this final installment, let's look at a feat that has not been repeated.
In 1997, during game one of the ALDS between Cleveland and New York, the Indians were ahead 6 to 4 in the bottom of the 6th inning.
Their lead was about to vanish when the Yanks pounded out not one, not two, but three home runs in the same inning, in a row!
That's just crazy.
Great if you are a Yankees Fan, not so much if you are an Indians Fan.

But, as you know, Cleveland took the ALDS in five games over NY to advance to the ALCS, defeating Baltimore in six games, but they lost the World Series to Florida in seven games.

Let's re-live that NY Yankees homer triple-play, one of the most memorable moments in baseball!