#TBT: Best Cleveland Indians “Buzzer Beaters” of the Century

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It is Throwback Thursday and, with March Madness in full swing, we are taking a look at the Cleveland Indians most exciting “buzzer beaters” of this century — many of which rival this shot last night by Old Dominion guard Trey Freeman.

“The greatest thrill in the world is to end the game with a home run and watch everybody else walk off the field while you’re running the bases on air.” –Al Rosen (Indians 3rd baseman 1947 – 1956)

Cleveland has seen some exciting games over the last 14-plus years. From incredible come-from-behind victories to season-defining blasts, the Indians have produced some of the most memorable games in team history since the year 2000. Take a break from the excitement of the looming baseball season, and remember the past. Kick back and listen to legendary broadcaster Tom Hamilton and read along, as this piece highlights some of the Indians’ most memorable walk-off wins this century, in chronological order.

What are your some of your favorite Indians’ games since the turn of the century? Check out the slideshow and use the comments section below to highlight your favorites.

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