Game: 2005 American League Championship Series, Game 2
Game 2 of the ALCS appeared to be going to extra innings after A.J. Pierzynski swung at a Kelvim Escobar pitch in the dirt, and the Angels players ran off of the field. But as catcher Josh Paul rolled the ball back to the mound, Pierzynksi sprinted to first base like an escaped mental patient.
When he touched first he was called safe, triggering a meeting of the umpires and reaffirmation of the on-field call that about made Angels manager Mike Scioscia crap himself. The dropped third strike call gave the Sox an extra out which they used to pinch run with Pablo Ozuna, who stole second, and scored on a Joe Crede single. Got all that?