Answer #4 Fred Lynn off of Atlee Hammaker. Omn base was Robin yount, Rod Carew, Manny Trillo
AMERICAN LEAGUE 3RD: HAMMAKER REPLACED SOTO (PITCHING); Rice homered; Brett tripled to center; Simmons popped to second; Winfield singled to center [Brett scored]; Trillo singled to left [Winfield to second]; DECINCES BATTED FOR STIEB; DeCinces flied to center; Carew singled to left [Winfield scored, Trillo to third, Carew to second (on throw)]; Yount was walked intentionally; Lynn homered [Trillo scored, Carew scored, Yount scored]; first grand slam in All-Star history; DAWLEY REPLACED HAMMAKER (PITCHING); Rice popped to second; 7 R, 6 H, 0 E, 0 LOB. National League 1, American League 9.
Answer #6 "The Mad Dash" The game, which was being played in Sportsman's Park in St. Louis, Missouri on October 15, 1946, (Game seven of the World Series) was tied 3-3 heading in to the bottom of the eighth inning. St. Louis outfielder Enos Slaughter led off the inning with a single, but neither of the next two batters were able to either get a hit of their own or advance the runner. With one out left in the inning, Cardinal outfielder Harry Walker stepped to the plate. After he had worked the count to two balls and one strike, a hitter's count, the Cardinals called for a hit-and-run. As the runner started, Walker lined the ball to left-center field. Red Sox center fielder Leon Culberson was the first to reach the ball. As he threw a relay to shortstop Johnny Pesky, Slaughter rounded third base, running right through the stop sign being given by third base coach Mike Gonzalez, heading for home plate. What exactly happened when Pesky turned around is still a matter of contention. Some claim that Pesky, assuming that Slaughter would not be running home, checked Walker at first base instead of immediately firing home, while others contend that Pesky was so shocked to see Slaughter on his way to score that he had a mental lapse that accounted for the delay. Whatever the reason, the delay and a weak and rushed throw home allowed Slaughter to score just as Red Sox catcher Roy Partee caught it up the line from home plate.
The run put the Cardinals ahead 4-3 and proved to be the winning run.
Sliding - Enos Slaughter Catcher - Roy Partee Holding the Bats - Marty Marion