It's hard to believe it's already been 10 years since this happpened...
The 2002 game at Miller Park in Milwaukee delivered a forgettable conclusion - a 7-7 tie after 11 innings - what happened next echoes to this day.
A beleaguered Commissioner Bud Selig, sitting in his home stadium, no less, had no choice but to call the game a draw after each team had run out of pitchers. Fans chanted "Let them play!" but to no avail.
Selig's solution? An interesting twist for the following season: dangling the carrot of home-field advantage in the World Series to the winning team. That, in turn, brought roster expansion so managers would have enough pitchers in case of extra innings.
But the 2002 game itself remains a controversial subject.
--Bob McManaman/The Arizona Republic