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Walkoffs, robberies, game saving catches and ended title droughts: who made these moments happen?

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Landed a right hook on Jose Bautista following a dirty retaliation slide. Texas Rangers
This pitcher launched a 1-1 fastball off of James Shields into the LF seats for his first career HR in his 20- year career. New York Mets
His 3000th hit nearly left Coors Field, but ended up off the RF fence for a standup triple. Miami Marlins
His third base line robbery of Andrelton Simmons was the final out of a nearby blown save by rookie phenom Edwin DiazSeattle Mariners
An 0-2 slider fanned Justin Upton for his MLB Record-tying 20th strikeout of the game. Washington Nationals
His first walk off HR came as an inside the parker against the Toronto Blue JaysCleveland Indians
Rookie's first Major League AB was an opposite field home run off of Matt Andriese New York Yankees
Same exact scenario as above, a monster shot to dead center field. New York Yankees
'I know in my heart that I've always needed you more than you've ever needed me.' Called his final game at AT&T park. Los Angeles Dodgers
While Zach Britton sat in the bullpen, this Oriole surrendered a walk off home run to Edwin Encarnacion in the ALDS. Baltimore Orioles
This Cleveland 'closer' popped up Troy Tulowitzki to end the ALCSCleveland Indians
This OF reached out and got a fastball from Aroldis Chapman to tie game 7 with a 3-run homer to left field. Cleveland Indians
Getting harder: Trevor May spiked a slider to this OF resulting in a walk off wild pitch. Kansas City Royals
Korean slugger took an 0-2 97 MPH fastball from Jake Diekman into the Safeco bullpen for his first career walk off. Seattle Mariners
Cody Allen surrendered a walk off HR to this aging sluggerPhiladelphia Phillies
Recently traded for Dan Vogelbach, this left handed RP threw the final pitch of the 2016 season, sealing the Cubs first title since 1908. Chicago Cubs
In honor of fallen teammate Jose Fernandez, this INF caught a Bartolo Colon fastball and hit a home run on the first Marlins AB following the tragedyMiami Marlins
This brother of an NBA stud walked off with a solo shot against NYMLos Angeles Dodgers
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Respect? Ryan Tepera walked this Giant to 'walk off' in 13 innings. San Francisco Giants
Didn't break his leg this time: this Royal is the only player to hit a walk off home run in a retro uniformKansas City Royals
Not the usual suspect: this SS made a deep jump throw to rob BAL's Paul Janish of a hit. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
According to StatCast, Danny Valencia was thrown out by this NYY outfielder's 105.5 MPH laser to home plate. New York Yankees
Rest In Peace, Ace. KC's Yordano Ventura sparked one of the year's premiere fights with a ribcage fastball to this Oriole. Baltimore Orioles
This pure hitter had his #26 retired at Fenway this yearBoston Red Sox
Giancarlo Stanton dominated the 2016 Home Run Derby, but who did he face in the finals?Chicago White Sox
Lightning strikes twice: Seattle's Adam Lind took a 3 run home run off of this closer to erase a 2-out, 2 run deficit. St. Louis Cardinals
In San Diego, the Gwynn family celebrated the batting titles' naming after Tony, and the American League's ___. Minnesota Twins
Alongside the Kid, this slugging Catcher was inducted into Cooperstown in 2016. New York Mets
Baltimore held a 5-1 lead in the top of the 7th when NYY took out this legendary 1B for a final Yankee goodbye. New York Yankees
The longest walk off home run of 2016 (483') is the 3rd longest home run of the season, hit by ___.Colorado Rockies
Andrew Miller served up this Padres OF's 2nd walk off HR of the year. San Diego Padres
Alexei Ramirez got to be a part of a rare balk-off, this closer committed it. San Francisco Giants
This slugger's multiple spinal contusions declared him medically unable to perform, forcing an early retirement to a great career. Texas Rangers
Michael Wacha saluted this CF after he reached over the wall to rob Howie Kendrick of a home run. St. Louis Cardinals
In the same bottom of the 9th that Jake Smolinski's 2-run HR tied the game, this player sent a walk off to left center. Oakland Athletics

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