Nelson Cruz makes 10.
There have been nine other walk-off home runs since the ALCS began in 1969.
The team that hit the walk-off home run has gone on to win the ALCS all nine times. In fact, three of the home runs actually finished the series.
That's sobering news for Detroit fans hoping to turn things around and head to the World Series.
History is certainly not on their side.
Ranking these historic home runs is a little like ranking the top 10 hottest cheerleaders in the NFL. Each one is almost as amazing as the next, so we'll need to nitpick a little to get to the top, but let's take a stroll through the 10 greatest walk-off home runs in ALCS history and see who comes out on top.
Bert Campaneris hit a solo home run off of Mike Cuellar to give the Oakland A's the win in the bottom of the 11th inning.
The A's would go on to win the series 3-2, and then beat the New York Mets in the 1973 World Series.
Seattle had taken a 1-0 lead into the bottom of the eighth inning when Bernie Williams tied the game at 1-1, setting the stage for Soriano's walk-off home run.
The Yankees would go onto win the series 4-1, and then lose to the Arizona Diamondbacks in a seven game World Series.
Bernie Williams hit a solo home run off of Randy Myers in the bottom of the 11th inning to give the Yankees the Game 1 win.
The Orioles led 4-2 in the seventh inning before the Yankees began clawing back. They scored on in the seventh and another in the eighth before Williams finally won it in extra innings.
The Yankees would go on to win the series 4-1, and then beat the Braves in the 1996 World Series.
The Tigers led the series 3-0 going into their Game 4 ALCS matchup against the Oakland Athletics.
The score was tied 3-3 when Magglio Ordonez hit a walk-off three-run homer to win the game and the series for the Tigers.
The Tigers would ultimately lose to the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2006 World Series.
The Kansas City Royals and New York Yankees were tied 6-6 heading into the bottom of the ninth of the deciding Game 5 of the 1976 ALCS.
Chris Chambliss hit a solo home run off of Mark Littell to give the Yankees the dramatic walk-off series victory. The first walk-off homer to ever win an ALCS.
The Yankees would go on to lose to the Cincinnati Reds in the 1976 World Series.
Some may argue that this one shouldn't be ranked as high as the walk-offs that won deciding games, but this is probably the biggest home run in Red Sox history so I think it belongs up here.
We all know the story by now. Yankees leading the series 3-0, Dave Roberts with the steal, the Red Sox tie it up, and Big Papi ends it in the bottom of the 12th with a walk-off home run.
The Red Sox would win the next three games, and then beat the St. Louis Cardinals to win the World Series.
Game 7. 2003 ALCS. Red Sox and Yankees. Heated Rivalry. Enter Tim Wakefield.
Enter The Boone Collector.
Exit the baseball.
TNT doesn't know that much drama.