1) Joe Carter’s home run clinches second World Series
Some would argue the previous World Series was more important, given that it was first championship in franchise history. However, the manner in which the Blue Jays clinched their second title, is what puts this at the top of the list.
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The Blue Jays had a commanding 5-1 advantage in Game 6, and looked set to win their first World Series on home soil. However, the Philadelphia Phillies stormed back to take a 6-5 lead heading into the bottom of the ninth inning.
Now it was crunch time. If the Blue Jays lost, it would come down to a do-or-die game 7.
With two men on and one out, Joe Carter came up to the plate, looking to at least tie up the game with a hit. What happened next needs no explanation.
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