One Play That Will Forever Haunt Every MLB Franchise

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One Play That Will Forever Haunt Every MLB Franchise

In the illustrious history of the game of baseball, there have been countless great moments.

There was Cal Ripken Jr. breaking Lou Gehrig's games-played streak. There was Ted Williams visiting All-Stars in 1999. There was the Shot Heard 'Round the World, Gehrig's farewell speech and Don Larsen's World Series perfecto.

But baseball tends to be a zero-sum game, and for all those great moments, there have been the infamous plays that will stick in the minds of fans forever.

From Fred Merkle's Boner to Luis Gonzalez's walk-off single in the 2001 World Series, each team has fallen victim at least once to a horrific play that will haunt fans for all time.

Here is one play from each team's history that will forever live in infamy.

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