"Hints" are to provide extra info on each option. Click "prev" and/or "next" to cycle thru the info. Scroll thru hints until you are on your choice, then make your selection. After you click your selection click "give up" then "view stats" to see the results of the poll. I know this list is short; if you would like me to add a Series you feel deserves to be on here, make a case for it in the comment section.
1912 Red Sox defeat NY Giants 4-3 in 8 games. Four games decided by one run (plus an 11-inning Game Two tie). After Giants OF Fred Merkle drives in go-ahead run in the top of the 10th in Game Eight, he drops a fly to lead off the bottom of the 10th, leading to two unearned Red Sox runs off Christy Mathewson including Series ending walk-off sac-fly.
1924 Senators defeat NY Giants in 7 games. Four games decided by one run, including improbable Game Seven. A bad hop over NY 3B Fred Lindstrom leads to two Senator runs to tie it in the 8th. Walter Johnson enters in relief (on one day rest) to pitch 4 scoreless innings before Washington scored the Series-winning run on another bad hop hit past Lindstrom.
1952 Yanks defeat B'klyn Dodgers in 7 games. Two games decided by one run, four more decided by two. Yanks win Game Seven 4-2, highlighted by Billy Martin's running catch behind pitcher's mound with full bases in 7th inning.
1960 Pirates defeat Yanks in 7 games. Two games decided by one run, including maybe the greatest Game 7 in Series history, featuring 4 lead changes and the only Game 7 walkoff HR. Despite being out-hit .338-.256 and out-scored 55-27 in the Series by the heavily favored Yankees, the Pirates win their first championship in 35 years on Bill Mazeroski's memorable blast.
1972 A's defeat Reds in 7 games. Six games decided by one run including two decided in the 9th inning. Series MVP Gene Tenace hits 4 homers and drives in 9 of Oakland's 16 runs, including eventual game-winner in the 6th inning of Game Seven.
1975 Reds defeat Red Sox in 7 games. Five one-run games; two extra-inning games. Fisk's walk-off homer in 12th of Game 6; Reds rally from down 3-0 to win Game 7; first 'Big Red Machine' title.
1986 Mets defeat Red Sox in 7 games. Only two games decided by one run, but Series highlighted by Met comebacks in Games 6 & 7. After dropping the first 2 games at home, Mets win 2 of 3 in Boston to set up historical Game Six featuring Schiraldi's wild pitch and Buckner's error, followed by Game Seven where Mets rallied to win 8-5 after trailing 3-0 thru 5 innings.
1991 Twins defeat Braves in 7 games. Four games won in final AB; five one-run games; three extra-inning games. Puckett's catch & walk-off homer in game 6; Jack Morris goes 10 innings in 1-0 Game 7 shutout.
2001 D'Backs defeat Yanks in 7 games. Yanks hit two-run homers with two out in bottom of 9th in games 4 & 5, win both in extras. D'Backs two-run rally in bottom of 9th to tie and win Game 7 off Mariano Rivera; Schilling & Johnson co-MVPs.
2002 Angels defeat Giants in 7 games. Four games decided by one run, including wild 11-10 Game 2 and incredible Game Six which saw the Halos rally from 5-0 in the 7th to win 6-5. Barry Bonds reaches base in 21 of his 30 plate appearances, including a couple 500-foot homers; Troy Glaus wins Series MVP with 8 RBIs, including the two that drove home tying and winning runs of Game Six.
2011 Cards defeat Rangers in 7 games. Three games decided by one run, including incredible Game Six in which the Rangers were TWICE one out from championship. David Freese hits 2-run triple to tie game in 9th; Lance Berkman ties it again in the 10th; Freese ends it in the 11th with a walk-off homer.