Via the Onion http://www.theonion.com/articles/greatest-world-series-moments,26474/
These are the greatest World Series moments as voted by a team of monkeys pushing random buttons on some old ass NASA computer. The findings have a margin of error of +/- 100%.
Albert Pujols' three homers in one game was an amazing World Series spectacle, but it was hardly the greatest moment the Fall Classic has ever seen.
- 1926: Babe Ruth hits what everyone in attendance agrees is the best foul tip in World Series history
- 1975: Carlton Fisk hits a home run down the left field line and does the YMCA dance all the way to first base
- 1986: Bill Buckner makes the only infield error any human being has remembered for more than 30 seconds
- 1993: Joe Carter lives out every little boy's dream of hitting a Series-winning walk-off and living part-time in Canada
- 1996: Baseball fans everywhere are abuzz with the prospect of either the Yankees or Braves losing the World Series
- 1997: Edgar Renteria's RBI single in extra innings during Game 7 gives Florida Marlins fans a World Series victory they will remember for weeks to come
- 2001: The nation realizes that two months was all it took to start rooting against New York again after 9/11
- 1903-2011: Home runs