Marlins 8, Cubs 3 | Game 6, 2003 NLCS
The Cubs were within five outs of their first World Series since 1945 when all hell broke loose at Wrigley Field. Mark Prior, allowed to throw 119 pitches by Dusty Baker, took a 3-0 lead into the eighth, but after the first out, Juan Pierre doubled. That's when Cubs fan Steve Bartman inadvertently swatted a foul pop out of Moises Alou's glove, shortstop Alex Gonzalez booted a would-be inning-ending double-play ball with the Cubs still leading 3-1, and the Marlins rallied for a whopping eight runs. Florida would rally in Game 7, too, this time against Kerry Wood.