I would like to know what are everyone's favorite baseball moments. Mine would have to be (i'll add video links):
Watching Bengie Molina go for the cycle. I was watching the MLB Network when I saw it. Mitch Williams stated before they went live "The only triple that Molina is going to get is a triple from Wendy's". Next thing I know, the Boston outfielder botched the play and Bengie (slower than Yadi) chugging along into third. I laughed so hard at that.
Doc Halladay no hitting the Reds in game 1. Its not because the Reds beat the Cardinals. That was just baseball history and it was exciting to watch.
Fernando Tatis hitting 2 grand slams in the same inning off the same pitcher. This is something that will never happen again in MLB History. It was amazing to see that a guy with average to no power hit 2 hrs in Dodger stadium. I still feel somewhat bad for Chan Ho Park. May have been the craziest thing I have seen in baseball.
Pujols lunar shot against Brad Lidge in the 2005 NLCS. What was amazing about it is that Brad Lidge that year had the intimidation factor. Lidge at the time may have been one of the most dominant closers in the game. Nobody could figure him out. He had 42 saves that year with an ERA of 2.29. The Cards were close to being eliminated and Pujols comes up with 2 outs. The dude just hits probably the farthest home run I have ever seen. I think it is still going out of the ball park. Saved the day for the Cardinals.
Game 7 of the 2006 NLCS. This has to be the best game I have ever seen. This game went back and fourth. The catch that Chavez made against Rolen is still one of the more clutch catches in playoff history. Tied in the ninth at 1, the unlikely Yadi Molina hits a 2 run homerun. Then in the bottom of the 9th, Wainwright comes in to close out the game. He gives up two singles but manages to scratch out two outs. However, he walks a man and loads the bases for Carlos Beltran. Carlos Beltran previously just killed the Cardinals. Wainwright gets him 0-2 and with his devastating curve ball, gets Beltran looking. Cardinals go on to win the World Series that year.