World Series Game-Ending Homers

Players that have hit home runs to end World Series games, with year, game number, inning and final score (x-ended World Series):

David Freese, St. Louis vs. Texas, 2011, Game 6, 11th, 10-9.

Scott Podsednik, Chicago White Sox, vs. Houston Astros, 2005, Game 2, 9th, 7-6.

Alex Gonzalez, Florida Marlins vs. New York Yankees, 2003, Game 4, 12th, 4-3.

Derek Jeter, New York Yankees vs. Arizona, 2001, Game 4, 10th, 4-3.

Chad Curtis, New York Yankees vs. Atlanta, 1999, Game 3, 10th, 6-5.

x-Joe Carter, Toronto vs. Philadelphia, 1993, Game 6, 9th, 8-6.

Kirby Puckett, Minnesota vs. Atlanta, 1991, Game 6, 11th, 4-3.

Mark McGwire, Oakland vs. Los Angeles, 1988, Game 3, 9th, 2-1.

Kirk Gibson, Los Angeles vs. Oakland, 1988, Game 1, 9th, 5-4.

Carlton Fisk, Boston vs. Cincinnati, 1975, Game 6, 12th, 7-6.

Mickey Mantle, New York Yankees vs. St. Louis, 1964, Game 3, 9th, 2-1.

x-Bill Mazeroski, Pittsburgh vs. New York Yankees, 1960, Game 7, 9th, 10-9.

Eddie Mathews, Milwaukee vs. New York Yankees, 1957, Game 4, 10th, 7-5.

Dusty Rhodes, New York Giants vs. Cleveland, 1954, Game 1, 10th, 5-2.

Tommy Henrich, New York Yankees vs. Brooklyn, 1949, Game 1, 9th, 1-0.