Strange postseason endings

Ramon Hernandez's game-winning bunt is not the only daring postseason play to swing, or win, a series.

Updated: October 2, 2003, 5:48 PM ET
By Mark Kelly | ESPN Research

Game 4, 1969 World Series: Mets vs. Orioles In a 1-1 game in the bottom of the 10, and winning run Rod Gaspar on second base, pinch-hitter J.C. Martin dropped a bunt down in front of home plate. Orioles pitcher Pete Richert threw the ball to first to try and retire Martin, but the ball hit off Martin's wrist and caromed into the outfield, allowing Gaspar to score and give the Mets a commanding 3-1 lead in the World Series.

Game 5, 1972 NLCS: Reds vs. Pirates After tying the game on a Johnny ...

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