Date: 9/27/1993
Game: Regular Season Game vs. Seattle Mariners
The '93 White Sox were stacked. Frank Thomas' 41 home runs and 128 RBIs were good enough to win MVP, while "Black Jack" McDowell earned the Cy Young with 22 wins. But the signature moment came when Bo Jackson ended a decade long playoff drought with a 400-foot moon shot home run to clinch the AL West.

With the Chi-Sox down 2-1 in the bottom of the sixth, Jackson (who'd struggled to recover from hip surgery) smacked a pitch to give the South Siders a 4-2 lead. The bomb is a part of White Sox lore as it was reported to have a hang time of 7.7-seconds. To put that into perspective, the average NFL punt hang time is 4.6-seconds and a 300-yard golf drive usually spends about six seconds in the air.