On October 21, 1975, At Fenway Park, on Cincinnati Red’s Pat Darcy’s second pitch to  Carlton Fisk of the Boston Red Sox hits on of the most memorable homeruns in World Series History. He powers a dramatic 12th- inning home off the foul pole at Fenway Park, giving the Red Sox a 7-6 win over the Cincinnati Reds. The Red Sox had trailed in the eighth inning, when Bernie Carbo hit a dramic three-run, pinch-hit homer to tie the game at 6. Fisk’s home run ties the series at 3 games each. 

In 2002 this event, seen by a record-75.9 million viewers, will be chosen as one of baseball’s most memorable moments.

Join the Community

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 11,281 other subscribers


Subscribe to our Podcast

The Daily Rewind

on Apples Podcast | Spotify  | Google | Stitcher

And connect with us wherever else you listen to Podcast and hangout!

 

 

Game Ticket