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Thread: Very simply, What was the greatest moment in Baseball?

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    Very simply, What was the greatest moment in Baseball?

    Aaron breaking the record, Joe Carter dancing around the bases, Babe's called shot, Ripkin breaking the iron mans record, Earthquake in Cali, or whatever.
    In you opinions, what was the greatest, or most important or moving moment in the history of the game?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff_bichel View Post
    In you opinions, what was the greatest, or most important or moving moment in the history of the game?
    Greatest: Roger Maris's battle with Mickey Mantle to break Ruth's HR record in 1961.

    Most important: Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier.

    Most moving: Lou Gehrig's "Luckiest man on the face of the Earth" speech
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMet View Post
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    "Are you crying? Are you crying? There's no crying in Baseball!!" - Tom Hanks.

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    Every time Jeter makes the jump throw from the hole...

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    Mazeroski's homer for one simple reason: Countless kids have stood in their backyards and pretended they hit a home run in the ultimate situation of "World Series...Game 7...bottom of the 9th...game tied...here's the pitch..."

    In the history of Major League Baseball, only one man has ever actually accomplished that feat.

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    Rick Monday protecting the flag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmsieb View Post
    Rick Monday protecting the flag.
    Another fantastic choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin View Post
    Greatest: Roger Maris's battle with Mickey Mantle to break Ruth's HR record in 1961.

    Most important: Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier.

    Most moving: Lou Gehrig's "Luckiest man on the face of the Earth" speech
    Nice list. Greatest M&M boys? I would say Big Mac & Sosa sort of tainted this accomplistment.

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    For me there will always be one answer to this question and I'm a Yankees fan....

    Kirk Gibson - I told my father the next morning that the World Series was over (he had gone to bed early) and he laughed, saying it's only one game etc. "yeah Dad - but you didn't SEE it!"
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    Red Sox selling Ruth.


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    Bobby Thompson's "Shot heard around the world", off of Branca! "THE GIANTS WIN THE PENNANT, THE GIANTS WIN THE PENNANT. THEY'RE GOING CRAZY FOLKS, THEY'RE GOING CRAZY!!!!"
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    I'm going with things in my lifetime, and this was the most moving movement in baseball

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