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    Default MLB Network Completely Snubs Maz

    Seriously?? What the ****...

    MLB Network Asks : Most dramatic Homerun in WS history

    A - 1975 Carlton Fisk
    B - 1988 Kirk Gibson
    C - 1991 Kirby Puckett
    D - 1993 Joe Carter

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    How the hell can leave off Mazeroski's home run that WON THE WORLD SERIES!!!! you can't get more dramatic than that...ever

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    It's pretty funny. I just posted that list the other day at a baseball board that has nothing to do with the Pirates to see what people would say. The first 4 responses (from non-Pirate fans) all asked how Maz could be left off the list. That whole series is very underrated historically, as is Game 7 itself. The Pirates were outscored by a ton in the series, and came back from down 3 runs late in game 7 to win it.

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    Default Re: MLB Network Completely Snubs Maz

    I saw that too.
    All I could think of was:

    FAIL

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    Default Re: MLB Network Completely Snubs Maz

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    It's pretty funny. I just posted that list the other day at a baseball board that has nothing to do with the Pirates to see what people would say. The first 4 responses (from non-Pirate fans) all asked how Maz could be left off the list. That whole series is very underrated historically, as is Game 7 itself. The Pirates were outscored by a ton in the series, and came back from down 3 runs late in game 7 to win it.
    Not only that, but Max wasn't a power hitter. He had something like what? 11 hr's that year. That a walk off homer in the 7th game of the world series to win the game against a highly favored team by someone who you wouldn't expect or rely on for that type of power is amazing in itself.

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    Maz=Best clutch HR in the WS.........P E R I O D!!!!

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    Maz: Biggest home run in the HISTORY of baseball period. That is all.

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    Default Re: MLB Network Completely Snubs Maz

    Bobby Thompson's was the biggest HR in MLB history for the same reasons Alan Ameche's TD was the biggest in the history of the NFL and Bobby Orr's goal was the biggest in NHL History.

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