AP Photo-Elise Amendola, File
In this Oct. 23, 1993 file photo, Philadelphia pitcher Mitch Williams pitches during the ninth inning of game 6 of the World Series in Toronto. Williams gave up the winning home run to Jays Joe Carter as the Jays beat the Phillies 8-6 for their second straight World Series title.
For those who love the game, there's nothing like October baseball. Teams go through the 162-game marathon that is the regular season, for the chance to survive the postseason sprint. The drama and immense pressure of baseball's biggest stage has produced some unforgettable moments since the first World Series in 1903. And it has also produced some moments others would like to forget. As the New York Yankees get set to take on the defending champion Philadelphia Phillies, we look at the worst of Fall Classics past.