The Best World Series Ever: Our Ultimate List of Rankings

#5: Phillies vs. Blue Jays (1993)


The series that comes in at number five on the list was one that involves one of the more entertaining games in recent memory. In 1993, the Philadelphia Phillies and the Toronto Blue Jays were the two remaining teams come October. The specific game I’m talking about is Game Four which is regarded as one of the wildest World Series games ever played. Game Four featured four different lead changes and five different instances of a team scoring three or more an inning. By the eighth inning, the Phillies had a 14 to 9 lead and seemed to have gotten the better of the Jays in an unforgettable game four. Just when people thought the game couldn’t get any more surprising, the Phillies bullpen imploded and Toronto rallied off six runs in the eighth inning and ended up winning the contest 15 to 14. On top of one of the wildest games in the history of the fall classic, Joe Carter won the series on a walk off three-run homerun in game six cementing him as an October legend forever.

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