The 1993 NLCS was an absolute war between the NL West champion Atlanta Braves, who won an astonishing 104 games, and the underdog Philadelphia Phillies. The Phils stole Game 1 from the Braves before getting crushed in Games 2 and 3 by a combined score of 23-7.
Game 4 featured a dynamite matchup in Atlanta between the Phils' Danny Jackson and the Braves' John Smoltz.
Going into the bottom of the ninth inning, the Phillies were clinging to a 2-1 lead. Phillies' closer Mitch Williams took the mound knowing that if the Phillies blew this game, their World Series hopes were all but over.
Nevertheless, the Wild Thing allowed a leadoff single to Bill Pecota and then allowed Otis Nixon to reach base on his own error trying to field Nixon's bunt.
The Braves now had the winning run on base with no outs in the bottom of the ninth.
After a Jeff Blauser bunt resulted in an out at third, Williams induced Ron Gant to hit into a 6-4-3 double play to end the game and send the Phillies back to Philadelphia tied in the series, 2-2.