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What’s your favorite World Series memory?


Atlanta Braves right fielder David Justice yells as he rounds the bases after his solor homer in the sixth inning of Game Six of the World Series at Atlanta Fulton County Stadium, Saturday. Oct. 28, 1995. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan)


After that abomination of a game last night I needed something to cleanse the palate. Here’s something, from Baseball Prospectus:

Every baseball fan has a special World Series memory, whether it’s Willie Mays’ catch, Bill Mazeroski’s home run, Brooks Robinson’s defense, Kirk Gibson’s limp around the bases, or Derek Jeter becoming the first-ever Mr. November. With the World Series opening tonight at AT&T Park in San Francisco with the Giants facing the Texas Rangers, many of our writers, editors, and interns share their favorite memories of the Fall Classic.

Lots of good ones in there, none of which involve Vlad Guerrero making me huddle behind the couch in a ball, crying. I highly recommend you click through and give it a read.

And let’s turn the comment thread here into your favorite World Series moment too. I’ll start with the obvious one: David Justice’s home run in Game 6 of the 1995 World Series. There was still a lot of baseball to be played in that one, but it was at that moment that I thought: man, they’re going to win this game.