From SABR member Jason Foster at The Sporting News on October 21, 2015:
By the time the Braves got to the 1995 World Series, the pressure to win the big one was palpable.
After losing World Series in 1991 and 1992, both winnable series that came down to missed opportunities, and after being bounced from the 1993 NLCS by the Phillies, fans were growing impatient after three Tomahawk Flops.
Of course, the Braves put those ghosts to bed (temporarily) when they beat the Indians and finally won the World Series in 1995. It’s a series best known for Tom Glavine’s masterpiece in Game 6 and David Justice’s go-ahead homer that gave Glavine all the support he’d need.
But there were other big moments throughout the series that, in hindsight, proved critical to the outcome.
Originally published: October 21, 2015. Last Updated: October 21, 2015.