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By all accounts, the Minnesota Twins and Atlanta Braves had no business meeting in the 1991 World Series.
Both teams finished last in their division the year before.
However, both got hot in 1991 and stayed that way, pulling off worst-to-firsts in the same year.
Minnesota had an easier path to the World Series, defeating the Blue Jays in five games of the ALCS.
The Braves had a tough go of it against the Pirates, as the series went seven games.
Ultimately, the Braves won Game 7, 4-0.
In the World Series, the Twins and Braves engaged in one of the best World Series ever to be played. Not to mention that their Game 7 was perhaps the best Game 7 in history.
Jack Morris went 10 innings, as the Twins scored a run in the bottom of the 10th to win the game, 1-0.
It was truly a classic World Series between teams nobody thought would get there.