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They're the hits that made MLB history, and we want to know your favorite. Watch the clips and cast your vote below for baseball's best homer.
Bucky Dent Defeats BoSox
Dent's apparently lazy fly ball to left sailed over the Green Monster at Fenway Park, lifting the Yankees to a win over the rival Red Sox.
Ted Williams' All-Star Homer
Williams' ninth-inning walk-off blast lifted the American League to victory.

Reggie Jackson's Third Homer
"Mr. October" torched the Dodgers with his third first-pitch homer in the deciding game of the series.

Aaron New All-Time King
Aaron smashed his 715th career home run, breaking Babe Ruth's all-time mark.

Carlton Fisk Waves It Fair
Fisk's body language underscored the dramatics of his 12th-inning home run against Cincinnati.
Aaron Boone's Walk-Off
Boone's homer off Tim Wakefield sent the Yankees to their 39th World Series and prolonged Boston's championship drought.
Joe Carter's WS Walk-Off
Carter's homer off Philly's Mitch Williams was just the second series-ending blast in postseason history.
Roger Maris' 61st Home Run
Maris smashed his 61st home run in the last game of the '61 campaign, breaking Babe Ruth's all-time single-season mark.
Kirby Puckett Forces Game 7
Puckett's 11th-inning homer off Atlanta's Charlie Leibrandt gave the Twins a 4-3 win and forced a seventh game.
Ozzie Smith Wins It
The Wizard's unlikely ninth-inning homer off the Dodgers Tom Niedenfuer moved St. Louis within one game of the NL Pennant.
Bill Mazeroski's WS Walk-off
Pittsburgh's Mazeroski put an end to a see-saw Game 7 with a walk-off homer that sank the Yankees.
Bobby Thomson's Shot
Thomson's three-run blast off Dodgers reliever Ralph Branca gave the Giants a 5-4 victory and a trip to the World Series.
Gibson's walk-off homer
Kirk Gibson hits a game-winning two-run home run off of Oakland's Dennis Eckersley to win Game 1 for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
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