The San Francisco Giants were eight outs away from claiming their first World Series title since moving west from New York in 1958.
It was the bottom of the seventh inning of Game 6 of the 2002 World Series, and the Anaheim Angels were staring defeat straight in the face, trailing the series 3-2.
Then, the miraculous happened.
Giants starter Russ Ortiz gave up back-to-back singles, followed by a three-run homer by Scott Spezio, bringing Anaheim to within two.
Giants manager Dusty Baker then pulled Ortiz, and San Francisco's bullpen blew the lead, as Darren Erstad homered in the eighth, and Troy Glaus hit a go-ahead double to put the Angels ahead in the game, 6-5.
Anaheim wouldn't look back, as they came back the next night and beat the Giants in Game 7 to win the World Series.