5. Chambliss Sends The Bronx Into A Frenzy
It had been 12 years since the Yankees had appeared in a World Series. That is until Chris Chambliss stepped up to the plate in the bottom of the ninth in Game 5 of the 1976 ALCS.
Facing Kansas City Royals Mark Littell, who had put up 4.2 scoreless frames in the series, with the game tied up at six, Chambliss smacked a walk-off solo blast to clinch the pennant in front of a crowd of 56,821.
As the slugger rounded the bases, most of that crowd stormed the field in a celebration that resembled that of a riot in the Bronx.