13. Carlton Fisk Waves A World Series Home Run Fair|
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In the 1975 World Series, with his Red Sox on the brink of elimination, Carlton Fisk hit a deep fly ball down the left field line in the bottom of the 12th inning. It looked as though it might go foul, but Fisk began waving his arms and (along with the prayers of Red Sox faithful) seemingly willed the ball to stay fair, sending the series to Game 7.