On This Day in Baseball History October 21, 1975: In one of the most iconic moments in World Series History captured on film, Boston Red Sox catcher Carlton Fisk hit a ball that seemed to be willed by Fisk to stay fair to break the tied score of 6-6. The ball indeed stayed fair by striking the the left field foul pole in Boston’s Fenway Park for a home run off of Cincinnati Reds pitcher Pat Darcy. The homer gave the Red Sox a 7-6 victory in 12 innings over the Reds in Game 6 of the 1975 Fall Classic.
This would be the apex of celebration for Red Sox nation in 1975. The Big Red Machine would come back and win Game 7 of the World Series for the first of two straight World Series victories. The Red Sox would have to wait 11 years for their next World Series heartbreak and 29-years to win their first World Series since 1918.
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