Gibson in '88: 'It's a good story.'

25 years later, memories of Kirk Gibson's dramatic World Series home run endure

Updated: October 18, 2013, 12:48 AM ET
By Arash Markazi | ESPNLosAngeles.com

On Oct. 15, 1988, Kirk Gibson hit what many consider the most dramatic home run in World Series history.

This is the story of that home run.

Kirk Gibson (Dodgers outfielder 1988-89; now Arizona Diamondbacks manager): I was with the Tigers my whole career and went through collusion and I had to stay there. When I left Detroit, a lot was said about me. They attacked me and my character and said things about my family. I remember my parents, especially my dad, defended me. Any ...

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