MLB.com has some pretty amazing video archives. They go quite a ways back, and, well, I’ve been hooked, looking up all of the moments I’ve enjoyed, this season and previous.

So I figured, why not share some of them?

Here are some of my favorites. I’ll put a link to this post on the sidebar, so you can always come back and find it without needing to bookmark it.

I’ll add more as I find them–still need A-Rod’s bottom 15th inning HR, and all of the other walk offs, but I figure it’s a start.

If there’s something you’d like me to try to find, just leave it in a comment.

MLB.com doesn’t provide an embedding option (yet), so for the moment, they are just links.

Yankee Moments, 1996-2003


Chris Chambliss 1976 ALCS walk off home run

Jim Leyritz home run ties Game 4 of 1996 World Series

Joe Buck with the call.

Final out, 1996 World Series


Final out, 5/17/98, David Wells’ perfect game. Jim Kaat calls.


Final out, David Cone perfect game. Tim McCarver calls.


Tino Martinez grand slam, 1998 WS game 1. Joe Buck calls.


Tino Martinez bottom 9 two out game tying home run and Jeter’s game winning HR, 2001 WS. Joe Buck calls.


Scott Brosius bottom 9 two out game tying home run, 2001, Joe Buck calls.


Aaron Boone game winning home run, 2003 ALCS. Joe Buck calls.

2009 Yankee moments


Melky Cabrera, walk off home run vs Oakland, April, Micheal Kay


Jorge Posada, walk off single vs Anaheim/LA, May, Michael Kay


Walk Off Weekend, May, various calls.


Swisher, Canó and Cabrera go back-to-back-to-back, May, Michael Kay
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Melky Cabrera, walk off single vs Phillies, May, Joe Buck


Luis Castillo drops pop up, June, TV and Radio calls


Mariano Rivera’s RBI, June, ESPN, John Millar, Joe Morgan, Steve Phillips

Mariano Rivera throws out first pitch, June, YES, Michael Kay


Jorge Posada, walk off single vs Toronto, July 4th, Michael Kay


Hideki Matsui, walk off HR vs Baltimore, July, Michael Kay


Melky Cabrera hits for the cycle, August, CWS broadcast


Alex Rodriguez bottom of the 15th HR vs Red Sox, August, John Sterling


Damon and Teixeira hit back-to-back home runs to sweep Red Sox, August, ESPN and radio calls


Robinson Canó walk off hit, vs Toronto, August, Michael Kay


Robinson Canó walk off home run, vs Chicago White Sox, August, Michael Kay


Nick Swisher walk off home run, vs Tampa Bay, September, Michael Kay


Francisco Cervelli walk off single, vs Toronto, September, Michael Kay


Juan Miranda walk off single, vs Kansas City, September, Michael Kay


Alex Rodriguez game tying HR ALDS game 2, October, TV and radio calls


A-Rod ties it and Teixeira wins int, game 2 ALDS, October, TBS, Chip Caray


A-Rod ties it in the eleventh, game 2 ALCS, October, Fox, Buck and McCarver


Hairston scores winning run on error in 13th, game 2 ALCS, October, Fox, Buck and McCarver


TV/Radio calls of the ALCS game 2 winning play


TV/Radio calls of Alex Rodriguez game-tying HR


Final out, 2009 ALCS, Fox, Buck and McCarver


TV/radio calls of final out 2009 ALCS

A-Rod’s replay HR, Buck and McCarvery, WS Game Three

Damon steals two bases in one go, World Series Game Four, TV and Radio

A-Rod’s Game Four ninth inning double, Buck and McCarver

Hideki Matsui’s Game 6 Godzilla Mash (Buck/McCarver):

2-Run Home Run

2-run single

2-run double

Mariano and the final out, Buck and McCarver

2010 season

Yankees turn Triple Play, vs Oakland, April, Ken Singleton calls

Alex Rodriguez game-tying home run off Papelbon vs. Red Sox, May 17, Michael Kay, Ken Singleton

Marcus Thames game winning home run off Papelbon vs. Red Sox, May 17, Michael Kay, Ken Singleton

Mariano Rivera’s Miracle Act vs. Diamondbacks, June 23, Michael Kay, Ken Singleton

2010, 27 June vs Dodgers, 6-2 ninth inning comeback. ESPN, Jon Miller, Joe Morgan, Orel Herscheiser

Robinson Canó ninth inning double, 6-3 Dodgers

Chad Huffman ninth inning two run single, 6-5 Dodgers

Colin Curtis ninth inning RBI groundout, 6-6

Robinson Canó go-ahead 10th inning 2-run home run

Nick Swisher walk off on 07/16/10–the Yanks’ first game after the passing of George Steinbrenner Michael Kay, Ken Singleton

Thanks to Replacement Level Yankees Weblog for the list of the 2009 walk offs!