Favorite home runs of all time ?

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Rocky Colavitos fourth home run on a Friday night in Baltimore in 1959.

Omar's grand slam down three runs with two outs in the bottom of the ninth on a Sunday afternoon. I had taken all my kids to the game.

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Memorable only because it's the first one that comes to mind when asked. 1959, I believe, and Tito Francona turned on one of Ryne Duren's FBs for a HR. This was at the height , I think, of the Duran hype: thick glassses, wild warm-up tosses, and jiggy feet in the batters box. MPH wasn't mentioned then; now, he's said to have clocked 103.
 

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Unless I missed it, I can't believe it took until page 4 for this one:

 

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