It was a great year for baseball, 1993. The strike hadn't happened yet, and the future perils of the steroid era hadn't come upon us yet. A year earlier, the Blue Jays had become the first non American team to win the World Series, and now were looking for a repeat. One of their biggest assets: a veteran DH named Paul Molitor, who had just broken hearts (including his own, and one specific 8 year old Brewers fan who happens to be writing this) by leaving Milwaukee as a free agent the winter before. He turned out to be the most important player in the 1993 World Series, eventually winning the MVP. It was game 6 in Toronto, when, trying to beat the young and brash Phillies, Joe Carter stepped to the plate to hit one of the most famous walk-off homers in baseball history. Let's take a trip down memory lane. Enjoy!