This is probably the greatest home run in World Series history. Either this one by Joe Carter, or the one by Bill Mazeroski for Pittsburgh in 1960. I know that’s controversial, but focusing on Toronto this week, we have to share this clip of the home run. If you’re a Blue Jays fan, you’ll love reliving this.
By the way, who’s the random dude in the background?
Here’s another shot of Joe making contact.
And this is Mitch Williams in the clubhouse after he gave up the series-winning home run to Carter.