Yankees Baseball Card Trivia at Noon – Walk-Off World Series Heroes (Week 2)
A walk-off hit is one of the most exciting plays in baseball, even more so when it comes in a World Series. We’re on to our second week of looking at ten Yankees who delivered, allowing jubilant crowds to go home without further ado. Now, these are all easy to look up, but you are requested to limit yourself to the card images, the clues and your memories — in other words, NO PEEKING!
This game is also best remembered for Reggie Jackson: his hip-bump to break up a double play and cause an error allowing the Yankees to pull within one run. But it was this player who drove in the winning run in the bottom of the 12th. 1978 WS, Game 4.