From Bill Mazeroski to Joe Carter, from Bob Gibson to Jack Morris, the World Series has always been a good crucible in which to cook up a hero.
Babe Ruth called his shot there; Kirk Gibson hit a hobbled shot. The drama and emotion of the Fall Classic creates indelible moments and images where they would not exist even if the same events unfolded in the regular season.
Every year, one or two things occur that a fanbase (or two, or 30) will never forget. Here are five from each of baseball's major eras that stand out most.