Sherrill's infamous bases-loaded walk will go down in infamy. Getty Images

Nothing says "lack of control" like a walk-off walk: tie game, bases loaded and you just wave the winning run home. To celebrate this special brand of failure, we asked Rob Iracane and Kris Liakos of walkoffwalk.com to rank their 2008 faves.

Aug. 4 Angels 6, Orioles 5 All-star closer edition: K-Rod blows the lead in the top of the ninth, but George Sherrill one-ups him in the bottom, walking Chone Figgins with the bases juiced.

April 3 Phillies 8, Nationals 7 (10 innings): After Jimmy Rollins races from first to third on a bunt, Jesus Colome IBBs the bases full to set up a force before forgetting to throw strikes to Jayson Werth.

Aug. 30 Marlins 4, Mets 3: The Mets bullpen does what it does best: implodes comically. Aaron Heilman walks Hanley Ramirez, who makes it to third via a sac bunt and wild pitch. Heilman smartly intentionally walks the bases loaded. If only he'd stopped there.