World Series Walk-off Home Runs

In MLB history, through the end of the 2019 season, there have been 15 World Series games that ended with a game-winning "walk-off" home run. Can you identify which players hit those HRs?
You're given the year, the Series game #, the player's team, the opposing team, the final score and whether it was a solo, 2-run, 3-run or grand slam HR.
Source: BaseballReference.com
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Last updated: May 13, 2020
First submittedMay 12, 2020
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Year
Game #
Team
Opponent
HR
Final Score
Batter
1949
1
New York Yankees
Brooklyn Dodgers
solo
1-0
Tommy Henrich
1954
1
New York Giants
Cleveland Indians
3-run
5-2 (10 inn.)
Dusty Rhodes
1957
4
Milwaukee Braves
New York Yankees
3-run
7-5 (10 inn.)
Eddie Mathews
1960
7
Pittsburgh Pirates
New York Yankees
solo
10-9
Bill Mazeroski
1964
3
New York Yankees
St. Louis Cardinals
solo
2-1
Mickey Mantle
1975
6
Boston Red Sox
Cincinnati Reds
solo
7-6 (12 inn.)
Carlton Fisk
1988
1
Los Angeles Dodgers
Oakland A's
2-run
5-4
Kirk Gibson
1988
3
Oakland A's
Los Angeles Dodgers
solo
2-1
Mark McGwire
1991
6
Minnesota Twins
Atlanta Braves
solo
4-3 (11 inn.)
Kirby Puckett
1993
6
Toronto Blue Jays
Philadelphia Phillies
3-run
8-6
Joe Carter
1999
3
New York Yankees
Atlanta Braves
solo
6-5 (10 inn.)
Chad Curtis
2001
4
New York Yankees
Arizona Diamondbacks
solo
4-3 (10 inn.)
Derek Jeter
2003
4
Florida Marlins
New York Yankees
solo
4-3 (12 inn.)
Alex Gonzalez
2005
2
Chicago White Sox
Houston Astros
solo
7-6
Scott Podsednik
2011
6
St. Louis Cardinals
Texas Rangers
solo
10-9 (11 inn.)
David Freese
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