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10 memorable postseason moments in World Series history

What does it take for a World Series game to go down in history as one of the best of all time? An epic comeback by the underdog? A broken record? A nail-biting back and forth battle?

Since 1903, the MLB season has concluded with a highly anticipated showdown between two teams. Out of all the games that have been played, some have stood out more than others and remain topics of discussion among baseball fans everywhere.

Below is a look back at 10 historic MLB World Series games in the order they were played.

Kansas City Royals winning 1985 World Series

The Kansas City Royals had a memorable comeback during the 1985 World Series. (Rich Pilling/MLB Photos via Getty Images)

Gibson made his way around the bases as screaming fans surrounded him and the Dodgers waited at home plate to celebrate the win.

9. 1993, Game 4, Toronto Blue Jays vs Philadelphia Phillies

This game wasn’t remembered for the strong level of play, but rather the sloppiness and ending. After the first inning, the Phillies were up 4-3 and after seven innings, they led 14-9.

During the eighth inning, the Blue Jays scored six runs, ending the game in a 15-14 victory over the Phillies.

10. 2001, Game 4, Arizona Diamondbacks vs New York Yankees

Yankees star player Derek Jeter obtained the name “Mr. November” during game 4 of the 2001 World Series. 

Just after midnight on Nov. 1, Jeter hit a home run into left field and led the Yankees to a victory. This memorable hit awarded him the long-remembered nickname.

Ashlyn Messier is a writer for Fox News Digital. 

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