Date: 10/9/1996
Trailing 4-3 in the eight inning of ALCS, Game 1, Derek Jeter hits a high fly ball to right. In perhaps the game's most infamous example of fan interference (stand down, Bartman), 12-year-old Jeffrey Maier reaches over the fence and knocks the ball into the stands. The game is tied 4-4. The Yanks would go on to win the game, the ALCS, and eventually, the World Series. Somewhere Tony Tarasco is still screaming and pointing violently, but nobody is listening.