{{familyColorButtonText(colorFamily.name)}}, View {{carousel.total_number_of_results}} results. Though the actual outcome of the game wasn't completely notable, Ripken did go 2-for-4 with an RBI home win over the California Angels. Yet one memory that still seems to stand tall above the rest in Dodgers history was their 5-4, comeback victory over the Oakland Athletics in Game 1 of the 1998 Series. Edgar Renteria (Edgar Enrique Renteria) was born on August 7, 1976 in Barranquilla, Colombia. Likely none was bigger than this his World Series-winning RBI single in the bottom of the 11th inning of the Marlins' 3-2 victory in Game 7 over the Cleveland Indians in '97. In 2005, Houston made the run to its first World Series. In early September of the 1995 season, beloved Baltimore star Cal Ripken Jr. played in his 2,131st consecutive game. Four years into their existence, the Diamondbacks became World Series champions — and memorably, did so in dramatic fashion. Just weeks after the tragedy of Sept. 11, Luis Gonzalez's game-winning single in the bottom of the ninth inning of the deciding contest of the series sent the home crowd into a frenzy of delight. Edgar Renteria (Edgar Enrique Renteria) was born on August 7, 1976 in Barranquilla, Colombia. Renteria played for the Florida Marlins, St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Red Sox, Atlanta Braves, and Detroit Tigers over the course of his 12 year career. 2008 Hottest Sports Wife Tournament - First Round Voting, Pitch Count: Crazy Theory On Why So Many Pitchers Are Getting Hurt, It's the Bruins and the Canadiens... Again, 2008 Hottest Female Athlete Tournament - First Round Voting (Region 1), 2008 Hottest Female Athlete Tournament - First Round Voting (Region 3), 2008 Hottest Female Athlete Tournament - Fifth Round Voting (The Exquisite Eight), Baseball Players with the Last Name Renteria, Baseball Players with the First Name Edgar, Baseball Players Born in Barranquilla, Colombia, Baseball Players Who Debuted on May 10, 1996, Baseball Players Who Debuted with Florida Marlins, Players with 5 years experience in the Major Leagues, Baseball Players with 5 years experience in the Major Leagues, Players with 10 years experience in the Major Leagues, Baseball Players with 10 years experience in the Major Leagues, Players with at least 50 Times Grounding Into a Double Play, Players with at least 100 Times Grounding Into a Double Play, Players with at least 150 Times Grounding Into a Double Play, https://armchairgm.fandom.com/wiki/Edgar_Renteria?oldid=167203, Signed as a non-drafted free agent by the. On Oct. 27, 2004, Boston swept the series by blanking the St. Louis Cardinals, 3-0. ArmchairGM Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. Obviously, that came via Kirk Gibson's memorable two-run homer off Oakland closer Dennis Eckersley in the ninth inning. Kind of hard to believe it's been 12 years since the Rays made their run to the World Series. We can talk about Carlton Fisk and Game 6 of the 1975 World Series all day, but for the Red Sox, the night they ended the "Curse of the Bambino" is perhaps the most celebrated moment in the storied history of the franchise. Verlander has done it three times during his stellar run. He made his Major League debut on May 10, 1996 for the Florida Marlins. Edgar Renteria has been part of a few significant World Series moments over the years. CJ Nitkowski never really lived up to expectations after he was taken with the ninth overall pick in the 1994 MLB Draft, and apparently that is something the former pitcher was reminded about by his wife during his playing days. Unfortunately for Toronto, the club has been to the playoffs just two times since and still awaiting a return to the Fall Classic. One no-hitter in a career is more than some pitchers dream about. Pittsburgh's Steve Blass was the author of one of the most dominant individual performances in World Series. In the meantime, Washington fans can relive those lasting memories from its comeback 6-2 victory at Houston in Game 7. Most people believe that Edgar Renteria's best season was 2003, when he stole 34 bases, hit for a .330 average and knocked in 100 runs.

There have many special moments in Orioles history, but one that fans can revisit via the web might be the most memorable in all of baseball. The Giants every-other-year run of three World Series title began in 2010. Sign up now ▸, Related slideshow: One classic game to watch for every MLB team (Provided by Yardbarker), Like us on Facebook to see similar stories, Fort Hood soldier arrested in the 2019 murder of Chelsea Cheatham, British grocer Sainsbury's is cutting 3,500 jobs and closing more than 80% of Argos stores. For Yankees fans, the next best thing to winning a World Series is likely breaking the hearts of the fans of the rival Boston Red Sox. Carter's joyous romp around the bases is rather unforgettable and one of the great sights in baseball history. Joe Carter's walk-off three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth inning in the World Series-clinching Game 6, 8-6 win over Philadelphia is still the greatest moment in Blue Jays' history. {{collectionsDisplayName(searchView.appliedFilters)}}, {{searchText.groupByEventToggleImages()}}, {{searchText.groupByEventToggleEvents()}}.

One night later, St. Louis would win its 11th and most recent World Series title. Cubs fans can relive that historical moment via YouTube, but that Game 7 clincher against the Cleveland Indians wasn't one for the faint of heart. Then in Game 7, a three-run third inning highlighted the club's 4-1 victory and got the party started. After forcing extra innings, Oakland broke out for three runs in the 10th and pulled out a stunning 13-10 win over the Rangers.

It was the club's first World Series title since 1957. It broke the the long-standing record of the "Iron Horse," Lou Gehrig. (641) 682-0742 is used by Edgar D Renteria and 8 other people. The Indians have not won a World Series since 1948. It came just five seasons into the franchise's MLB existence — and can be viewed for all Marlins fans to remember. Colby Lewis threw eight strong innings while Vladimir Guerrero and Nelson Cruz combined for five RBIs as the Rangers punched their ticket to what would be their first of two straight World Series appearances. While that seven-game series loss to the Chicago Cubs (in which Cleveland led 3-1) might still be tough to take for Tribe fans, one special memory came from their Game 5, 3-0 clinching-win over the Toronto Blue Jays in the AL Championship Series.

One of the bigger upsets in World Series came in 1990 when the sizzling Reds swept away an Oakland club that was trying for back-to-back titles — while making its third straight appearance in the Fall Classic. Tim Lincecum fanned 10 in eight strong innings and Edgar Renteria's two-run homer highlighted a three-run seventh for San Francisco, which beat the Texas Rangers 3-1 in Game 5 to secure the franchise's first title since 1954 — when still based in New York. The hosts' four-run seventh might go down as the greatest half-inning in Padres history. © 2020 Getty Images. Many believe that the Mariners' 6-5, 11-inning victory over the New York Yankees on Oct. 8, 1995, was the moment baseball officially was saved in the city of Seattle. The Game 5 clincher wasn't that easy. Renteria played for the Florida Marlins, St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Red Sox, Atlanta Braves, and Detroit Tigers over the course of his 12 year career. Well, they did it with that memorable three-run 10th inning to win 6-5 and force a Game 7. Boston on the verge of ending the "Curse of the Bambino" and the Mets needing another "miracle" of sorts to keep that from happening. provided an entertaining glimpse into his family life, Rangers release 37 players in sweeping minor league cuts, Report: Latest MLB proposal calls for players to sign pandemic risk waiver. Aside from Don Larsen's perfect game for the New York Yankees in 1956, Morris' 10-inning, eight-strikeout gem that helped the Twins to a 1-0 victory for their second such title in five seasons might be the next best pitching performance in World Series history. Nitkowski said his son had a rough pitching outing over the weekend, and here’s how his wife consoled the boy: My wife had an odd way of comforting my son after a rough pitching outing yesterday, “Well, at least you still get to live in our house. Emailed daily. That was certainly the case in 2003 when Aaron Boone, currently New York's manager, lifted that high, deep walk-off homer in the bottom of the 11th inning to give the Yankees a 6-5, ALCS-clinching victory over the Red Sox in Game 7. It took 30 years, but the Royals were finally able to win another World Series. In 1996, his rookie year, he hit .309 with 5 home runs and 31 RBI. The emotional, up-and-down affair needed 10 innings to complete, and even the final out of Chicago's 8-7 victory was a little nerve-racking — and still might be a little too much to take.

However, they did come heartbreakingly close in 2016. Back on July 24, 2018, the A's trailed the Texas Rangers 10-2 after six innings in suburban Dallas. Well, maybe not. Needing support and funding for a new stadium, the future of baseball in the city was uncertain. A hobbled, pain-stricken Gibson could barely get around the bases after knocking the ball into the right-field stands on that October night at Chavez Ravine, but it never felt so good for the slugger and Dodgers fans. Long live the days of the thunder sticks and the rally monkey. It was the franchise's first World Series title, and while it took almost 30 years for the club to win another one, this is a fun moment to relive for Phillies' fans of any age. Amid the thin air of Coors, the long-haired, right-hander allowed just four hits and struck out a remarkable — and ballpark-record — 16 batters without yielding a walk during an 8-0 rout of the San Diego Padres. That came in 1995, by topping the Cleveland Indians in six games. with RISP the past week which has led to a total of 10 runs in 6 games, a mighty average of 1.6 runs per contest. Edgar Renteria has been part of a few significant World Series moments over the years. He made his Major League debut on May 10, 1996 for the Florida Marlins. We continue with that by looking at more free streaming options.Here's one memorable game for every major league club that fans can watch — via the Web — right now. The second came with Detroit on May 7, 2011, at Toronto (also the site of his third no-no in 2019). They clinched their first title during that span on Nov. 1, 2010. In the clincher, star Tom Glavine threw eight innings of one-hit ball, and David Justice's sixth-inning solo home run was the difference in Atlanta's 1-0 victory.

Nitkowski, who pitched for eight different teams over 10 MLB seasons, gave us a hilarious glimpse into his home life on Monday when he shared a zinger his wife threw at him. They … In all its glory, Padres fans can watch as their team overcome an early 3-0 hole in the decisive Game 5 vs. Chicago. The name Nyjer Morgan will forever live in Milwaukee Brewers lore, mainly because Morgan's walk-off single in the bottom of the 10th inning for a 3-2 triumph over Arizona in Game 5 of the 2011 NLDS marked the first time the Brewers won a postseason series since 1982. Too many images selected. White Sox fans, though, can relive the Game 4 clincher at Houston, when Freddy Garcia allowed four hits over seven innings during a 1-0 triumph. This isn’t the first time Nitkowski has provided an entertaining glimpse into his family life, and we hope it won’t be the last. The right-hander was perfect through seven innings and settled for the no-hitter en route to winning the AL Cy Young Award and MVP that season. It took 108 years, but the Chicago Cubs finally ended their World Series drought. Now I know this seems crazy, and I understand, but doesn't it make a little sense, seeing that renteria played much better everywhere else that he was. Admittingly, Chicago's run to its first World Series title since 1917 was not all that dramatic (White Sox starting pitchers had a combined 2.89 ERA for the series), aside, maybe, from Scott Podsednik's walk-off homer in Game 2.