Bernie Carbo Recalls Hitting Second Most Famous Home Run of Game 6 in 1975 World Series (Video)

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1975. Red Sox-Reds. Game 6. A Boston hitter steps to the plate and drills a home run to save Boston. But wait — it wasn't Carlton Fisk.

Bernie Carbo was the player who hit a three-run homer in the eighth inning to keep the Red Sox in the game until Fisk could appear for his heroics later.

Carbo remembers that fateful day and where that home run has taken him since for NESN Daily.

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