Game 7 gets all the press, but let's not overlook Game 6. Some of the finest games in World Series history -- whether a late-inning clinch or a series-saving comeback -- have happened in Game 6. Wednesday night's matchup could see the Red Sox clinch their first World Series at home in nearly a century or the Cardinals hanging on to force a deciding Game 7. What has been the greatest Game 6 in World Series history? Submit your rankings now!
Greatest Game 6's
2011: STL 10, TEX 9 (11)
The Cardinals were down to their last strike twice, yet they came back and won on David Freese's leadoff homer in the 11th.
2003: FLA 2, NYY 0
Josh Beckett threw a five-hit shutout, striking out nine and walking two to close out the series.
2002: AA 6, SF 5
The Rally Monkey did it! The Angels rallied late from a 5-0 deficit behind Scott Spiezio's three-run home run and Troy Glaus' two-run double.
1995: ATL 1, CLE 0
Tom Glavine combined with closer Mark Wohlers to throw a one-hit shutout to win the series.
1993: TOR 8, PHI 6
Joe Carter hit a walk-off three-run home run in the bottom of the ninth off Mitch Williams to win the series.
1991: MIN 4, ATL 3 (11)
Kirby Puckett hit a walk-off home run in the 11th, putting an exclamation point on one of the best performances in World Series history.
1986: NYM 6, BOS 5 (10)
Bill Buckner's error on Mookie Wilson's grounder capped an improbable three-run rally in the bottom of the 10th .
1985: KC 2, STL 1
Dane Iorg's pinch-hit, two-run single in the bottom of the ninth beat Todd Worrell and the Cardinals.
1977: NYY 8, LAD 4
Reggie Jackson clubbed three straight home runs on three straight pitches against three different Dodgers pitchers.
1975: BOS 7, CIN 6 (12)
Carlton Fisk's home run off the left-field foul pole ended a classic at Fenway Park.
1953: NYY 4, BRO 3
After Carl Furillo's two-run homer tied the game in the top of the ninth, Billy Martin's RBI single scored Hank Bauer in the bottom of the inning as the Yankees won the game and the series.
1945: CHC 8, DET 7 (12)
Stan Hack singled home a run off Dizzy Trout with two outs in the 12th to send the series to a seventh game.
1935: DET 4, CHC 3
Goose Goslin's RBI single scored Mickey Cochrane with two outs in the bottom of the ninth to win the series for Detroit.
1919: CHW 5, CIN 4
The Black Sox didn't roll over in this game, rallying from a 4-0 deficit and winning on Chick Gandil's go-ahead single in the 10th.