On July 29, 1970 — Hank Aaron cracks two home runs and drives in five runs to lead the Braves to a 9 – 7 come-from-behind win over the visiting Cardinals. Hal King also homers to match three round trippers by St. Louis.
Albert Belle’s two-run home run highlights a four-run 9th for Baltimore as they edge Kansas City‚ 12 – 11. Jermaine Dye hits two homers for KC.
August 12, 2000
Giants rookie Willie Mays blasts a 13th-inning solo homer off the Phillies’ Jocko Thompson to give New York a win. It is Willie’s second extra-inning homer in two weeks: he will hit another on July 7th, against the Braves’ George Estock.
July 3, 1951
In Game 5 of the World Series played at Fenway Park, Bruce Hurst throws a complete game to beat the Mets, 4-2, earning his second victory of the Fall Classic and bringing the team within one victory of ending their 68-year World Championship drought. New York will dash the Red Sox Nation’s hopes with two come-from-behind wins at Shea Stadium.
October 23, 1986