Atlanta was desperate for a World Series victory after coming up short in 1991 and 1992. In 1995, they would finally become champions behind the arm of Tom Glavine. He delivered six innings of two-run ball in his Game 2 win before completely dazzling Cleveland in the series-clinching Game 6. He hurled eight innings of shutout baseball, allowing just one bloop hit, as the Braves finished off the Indians 1-0. Glavine's ERA for the series was a miniscule 1.29, a mark that helped him win World Series MVP honors.