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Reliving the 1993 World Series-Winning Home Run by Joe Carter

Relive the iconic moment when Joe Carter hit the series-winning home run to clinch the 1993 World Series for the Toronto Blue Jays. Learn more about the moment and see photos of Carter and Mitch Williams in the aftermath.
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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.

Joe Carter connects on series-winning home run in 1993

And this is Mitch Williams in the clubhouse after he gave up the series-winning home run to Carter.

Mitch Williams after the game

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