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This see-saw battle of titans was ignited by Red Sox rookie sensation (1975 American League Rookie of the Year and MVP) Fred Lynn, whose first-frame salvo started the spectacle. By mid-point, Cincinnati's Big Red Machine had evened the scoring and charged ahead, just six outs from wrapping up the Fall Classic. Ah, but the night was young. The second of Boston's three heart-stopping home runs was launched by Bernie Carbo to square the diamond-drama at six. For the next three frames opportunities flashed and faded until the bottom of the 12th inning when New England's own Carlton Fisk topped the Green Monster and the Reds with one well-placed, histrionic-heavy, home run creating an iconic image and a breath-taking victory.