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.
37. Jeffrey Maier's Catch