25 Most Memorable MLB Postseason Moments

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COOPERSTOWN, NY – JULY 24: A statue of Babe Ruth is seen at the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum during induction weekend on July 24, 2010 in Cooperstown, New York. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

Relive the 25 most memorable moments in MLB Postseason history, leaving you with them nostalgic feels all over again.

There is nothing like the magic of October MLB Postseason baseball, with America’s past time providing fans with moments that just take their breath away, leaving us on the edges of our seats.

Many moons ago, New York Yankees legend Babe Ruth called his shot — or did he? — hitting a key home run on a 0-2 pitch in the 1932 World Series against the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field. Who could forget when Carlton Fisk willed and “pushed” his home run over the Green Monster in Fenway during Game 6 of the 1975 Fall Classic against the Cincinnati Reds?

In most recent memory, David Frees’ Game 6 heroics in St. Louis was one for the ages, leaving the Texas Rangers faithful reeling — and still without a World Series title in their team’s history. No matter what your favorite MLB postseason moment is, we can all agree there is nothing like the thrill of the MLB Postseason, America’s long living past time.

With over 100 years of moments to choose from, we were able to narrow down the list to just 25 moments, moments that will bring back your own dreams of playing in a Game 7 when you wished upon a star as a child. With the New York Yankees and St. Louis Cardinals combining for 38 total World titles, don’t be surprised to see those two historic franchises pop up on more than a few occasions.

Let’s take a journey down memory road, with the 25 most memorable moments in MLB Postseason history. Other’s have composed their lists, so why not us?

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