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Thursday, November 10, 2005
SportsCenter's top 25 home runs


We had our say on the 100 greatest home runs of all time. Here's how SportsCenter ranked their top 25 home runs:

25. Jose Canseco (Game 4, 1989 ALCS)
24. Ozzie Smith (Game 5, 1985 NLCS)
23. Sadaharu Oh (756th HR)
22. George Brett (1980 ALCS off Goose Gossage)
21. Ted Williams (won 1941 All-Star Game)

20. Derek Jeter (Game 4, 2001 World Series)
19. George Brett ("Pine Tar Game" July 24, 1983)
18. Jack Clark (Game 6, 1985 NLCS)
17- Reggie Jackson (3rd HR in Game 6, 1977 WS)
16. Ted Williams (final at-bat)

15. Johnny Bench (Game 5, 1972 NLCS)
14. Dave Henderson (Game 5, 1986 ALCS)
13. Chris Chambliss (Game 5, 1976 ALCS)
12. Barry Bonds (71st, October 5, 2001)
11. Kirby Puckett (Game 6, 1991 World Series)

10. Babe Ruth (called shot in Game 3, 1932 World Series)
9. Joe Carter (Game 6, 1993 World Series)
8. Bucky Dent (Playoff game, 1978)
7. Mark McGwire (62nd, Sept. 8, 1998)
6. Roger Maris (61st, October 1, 1961)
5. Carlton Fisk (Game 6, 1975 World Series)
4. Hank Aaron (breaks Babe Ruth record with No. 715, April 8, 1974)
3. Bill Mazeroski (Game 7, 1960 World Series)
2. Kirk Gibson (Game 1, 1988 World Series)
1. Bobby Thomson (Playoff game, 1951)

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