My Favorite Game

With us being on lockdown and nothing happening in my life otherwise, I have decided that the best thing to do would be to try and re-watch favorite moments in baseball history. Much like my most memorable game, the concept of “my favorite game” is one that could be misleading. It’s not necessarily the greatest game you’ve ever seen (that would be Game 7, 1991 World Series). It might not be great for any particular reason other than personal ones. However, it will always be the game you come back to again and again and will think about for the rest of your life with fondness and appreciation.

There are several I can choose from, and will probably do a series on them. What I plan on doing is re-watching the games on YouTube if they are available, starting with the game that is my personal favorite – game 4 of the 1995 World Series. Look for that this weekend.

What about you? What’s your favorite game? If you’d like me to watch it to share in your excitement, comment down below and let me know if it’s on YouTube. Also share a little bit about why you’ll always consider this your favorite so I can be on the lookout for it.

5 thoughts on “My Favorite Game

    1. I am down to watch that Tom Terrific game. The guy is literally the greatest. (I might love Greg Maddux, but Seaver was a machine.)

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  1. Not sure I can distill it down to just one favourite game, but one sticks in my memory mainly because of the twists and turns, lead gains and losses, and the eventual win by my boys on their way to their second consecutive World Series championship.

    Everyone knows about the Joe Carter home run that won game 6 and the series at Skydome in 1993, but it was game 4, three days earlier at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia that set the tone of the series for me. I can’t remember ever seeing such a roller coaster of a game.

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    1. I think I’ll try to find Game 4 of 1993 on YouTube and relive that myself. That would be fun, I think. Thanks for the suggestion.

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