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The 25 best Game 7s of all time

Yardbarker Logo By Chris Mueller of Yardbarker | Slide 1 of 25: This is one of the first Game 7s I remember, mainly because, as a 6-year-old Pirates fan, I desperately wanted the Twins to beat the evil, hated Braves. And beat them they did, thanks in large part to one of the greatest individual efforts in Game 7 history. Jack Morris pitched 10 shutout innings, silencing Atlanta and setting a standard by which all future Game 7 pitching performances would be judged. The Twins could not support him with any runs until the 10th inning, when Gene Larkin's deep single scored Dan Gladden and gave Minnesota its second title in five seasons.

1991 World Series: Twins vs. Braves

This is one of the first Game 7s I remember, mainly because, as a 6-year-old Pirates fan, I desperately wanted the Twins to beat the evil, hated Braves. And beat them they did, thanks in large part to one of the greatest individual efforts in Game 7 history. Jack Morris pitched 10 shutout innings, silencing Atlanta and setting a standard by which all future Game 7 pitching performances would be judged. The Twins could not support him with any runs until the 10th inning, when Gene Larkin's deep single scored Dan Gladden and gave Minnesota its second title in five seasons.

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