Touch'em All, Joe (2013)

The Toronto Blue Jays made history in 1992 by becoming the first team from outside the USA to win the World Series. Winning it once more would be next to impossible. With so many questions after 1992, overhauling the roster and competing for a second consecutive title seemed like an insurmountable task. Although the season had more question marks than answers, the Blue Jays finally found their stride and made it back to the World Series. But this time they weren’t playing the powerful Atlanta Braves, in 1993 they faced a group of scrappy misfits from Philadelphia anchored by their closer, Mitch “Wild Thing” Williams. The World Series was a fierce battle between two clubs featuring different styles and personality, the series came down to one impossible moment. With the Jays down by one run in the bottom of the ninth, and two men on base, Joe Carter stepped to the plate to face Williams. With one swing of the bat, Carter homered, and delivered a second World Series for Toronto. Only the second World Series ever to finish with a walk-off home run.

1x60min   |   ENGLISH   |  Director: Dale Heslip