The Other Guy (Famous Moments in Sports)

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October 1, 1932: Game 3 of the World Series. Babe Ruth points to center field and hits a home run. I threw him the pitch.
April 4, 1983: National Championship against heavy favorite Houston. Lorenzo Charles catches an airball and puts it back in for the win. I shot the ball.
October 9, 1996: 8th inning, ALCS Game 1. Jeter hits a fly to right. Jeffrey Maier reaches over the fence and catches it, but it's called a HR. That's my glove waiting underneath.
November 23, 1984. Down 45-41 to #1 Miami with six seconds left, Doug Flutie launches a 48-yard Hail Mary. It falls into my arms in the back of the end zone for the victory.
August 16, 2008. Olympic finals in the 100m butterfly. Michael Phelps takes an extra halfstroke and wins his 7th gold medal. He beat me by 1/100th of a second.
October 1, 1975. Leading up to our fight, Muhammad Ali declared, 'It's gonna be a thrilla, and a chilla, and a killa, when I get the Gorilla in Manila.' Hey, I'm not a gorilla!
June 24, 2010: First-round of Wimbledon. After 11 hours and five minutes, John Isner wins 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (9-7), 6-7 (7-3), 70-68. He beat me.
February 22, 1980: Olympic ice hockey semis. The US pulls off the Miracle on Ice, defeating the USSR 4-3. But two days later, we won the silver, not the Soviets!
October 25, 1986: Game 6 of the World Series. A ground ball rolls through Bill Buckner's legs, allowing the winning run to score in the bottom of the 10th. I was safe at first.
January 30, 2000: Super Bowl XXXIV. Trailing by 7 with six seconds left, Steve McNair throws over the middle to Kevin Dyson. I tackle him at the two to secure the victory.

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