An Opening Day walk-off foreshadowed what was to come.
Gavvy Cravath was the Babe Ruth of his time. His story is a good one, both of his life and a walk-off.
Ichiro Suzuki joined the Mariners in 2001. He didn’t get a walk-off hit until 2009. But they came in bunches.
One of the most persistent walk-offs of all-time came courtesy of 1941 NL MVP Dolph Camilli
He’s no Mike Trout, but Bobby Grich had some great moments for the Angels.
A Hall-of-Famer with a couple of super-clutch hits. And a batting out-of-order scenario!
Calling home runs, game-winning ultra-dramatic hits. He did it all
It wasn’t The Shot Heard Round The World, but it was pretty good.
He’s borderline Hall-of-Fame Worthy, but we’re here to talk about other stuff.
Time after time after time, Bonds capped improbable victories with walk-off hits.