There’s a few notable moments missing, which ones do you think deserve to be here?
Category: Classic Plays
A very famous “doink.”
Now that’s what they call “Having yourself a day.”
What a gutsy call from manager Buck Showalter.
Baseball is back! And Opening Day has provided some fun moments through the years …
Should we feel bad for the bird? Is this really that unlikely?
He may be known for his pitching, but he’s arguably the best defensive pitcher in baseball history.
Think you can remember each of these iconic glovemen?
Edmonds could’ve played wide receiver in the Super Bowl.
Insane catch + 2 outs in the 9th inning of a no-hitter? Yup, you remember that one a few years later.
There’s nothing like watching a future (and now, present!) Hall-of-Famer.
Mike Mussina pitched like a hall-of-famer … and acted like one too!
He’s the first baseman we deserve, but not the one we need right now.
A superlative cannon. How could you forget it?
“Touch ’em all, Joe! You’ll never hit a bigger homer in your life!”
Remember when Martinez tossed down a 72-year-old Don Zimmer?
I’ve never been a fan of that play.
Breaking a bat over your knee is for rookies, not All-Stars.
A great play, and an exciting moment.
Maybe he’s not Hall-worthy, but he should have had more than one chance.
How did the game survive his affront?!
It’s hard to believe the first baseman is about to throw this ball … but he is.