For this one I'll turn it over to Charlie Steiner's call:
There's a fly ball deep to left...it's on its way...there it goes...and the Yankees are going to the World Series! Aaron Boone has hit a home run! The Yankees go to the World Series for the thirty-ninth time in their remarkable history! Aaron Boone down the left field line...they are waiting for him at home plate, and now he dives into the scrum! The Yankees win it, six to five!
I still get chills every time I see the replay of this home run because it was the one of the greatest sports moments I have ever seen.
I was 14 at the time and I remember my dad going upstairs to watch the rest of the game in bed, and I stayed downstairs.
My mom and younger brother were both sleeping so I was trying to be quiet, which was easy because the last part of that game was so tense. Fighting off sleep, through blearied eyes I cursed the fact that Aaron Boone was up.
Then, I saw the floating knuckleball, and then his swing. After it landed I screamed my head off and probably woke up half the neighborhood.
What an amazing home run to cap off and epic game and an epic series.