He singled in each game of what would be his final World Series.3. He was the club's top scorer in all but one of his five seasons in black and white, and captain for three of them. Not particularly comfortable on the ball, he still usually got there before the forwards.Unfortunately for Napoli fans, financial problems facilitated the sale of family jewels, including Ciro Ferrara, Fabio Cannavaro and Zola himself. "After a season of such length and so many surprises," Roger Angell wrote, "reason suggested that we would now be given a flat and perhaps one-sided World Series. The World Series itself was a dud, but it gets credit for what it was, and for Joe Buck's poignant description: "It has been 86 years. Ruth was a celebrity with no filter, no nuance, no volume-down button, no moderation -- and his greatest moment would turn out to be an ambiguous flick of his arm that he probably didn't even mean.Sandwiched between a popular pick for the greatest Series ever and a popular pick for the best modern Series ending, this one gets overlooked. Alejandro Gómez, our second choice, is a kind of light version of Dybala. A three-run inning followed, and the Pirates got back into the series. First basemen convert outs on about 93% of the balls they field -- or attempt to field -- but that includes sharp grounders, popups in the sun, line drives and so on. No matter how many batters he walked -- seven, eventually -- or pitches he threw (in the end, 147), he stayed on the mound to protect the one-run lead Los Angeles had taken in the fifth. Whatever the weather, whoever the player marking him was, Batistuta plundered goals galore.
Before Game 7, his manager, Bucky Harris, told reporters: "His leg still hurts. In the year of all-century teams, all-century rankings, all-century memories, when the culture was looking back on the previous 100 years and reassessing what historians would keep from them, this sweep was a fitting end to the century: The Yankees won eight World Series by sweep in the 1900s. It's unusual to see such a brave and determined 17-year-old,' Milan coach Fabio Capello said through gritted teeth. Boston's pop-up reign was brief.Game 3 took 4 hours and 19 minutes for no good reason except "the Red Sox." It's similar to game leverage, except it includes how close the series itself is. He tackled with surgical precision and was imperious in the air.
Cristiano Ronaldo. When fit, Ronaldo could make even Paolo Maldini and Alessandro Nesta look silly.
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There's no pledge that we'll remember more than one or two things about it 20 years later, but some produce dozens of unforgettable details.Game 5: Lefty Grove, the best pitcher in the world, came in to relieve starter George Earnshaw in the eighth inning of a scoreless game. A few months later, Fabio Capello's Milan chose Desailly. They'd won their previous five postseason games by a total score of 48-2 and were heading back home to Atlanta. And so they did. When it crossed first base fair? He could play in the centre or at right back, and was key to the Parma side which won the 1999 UEFA Cup. Righetti didn't last long, but Valenzuela did. 'Magic Box' flourished at his new team Parma, casting his spells domestically and abroad. Desailly moved into midfield, forming a luxurious axis with Demetrio Albertini, and protecting an already solid defence. Never a prolific scorer, the tireless forward led by example, and captained the Bianconeri to Champions League glory in 1996.Published by Associated Newspapers LtdThe down-to-earth Portuguese arrived in Serie A from Benfica in 1994, and became the languid lynchpin of the Fiorentina attack.
Instead of a signature moment in one of these all-time great careers, the Yankees won on ... another wild pitch.The Cardinals were up three games to two in the sixth game, and up 1-0 in the bottom of the ninth in that sixth game.