The Yankees coming to Wrigley this weekend reminds me of the most memorable baseball game I've attended when the Yankees came to Wrigley for the first time in forever back in 2003. With the excitement around the Cubs that year, the atmosphere was electric. But the pitching matchup put this game over the top: Kerry Wood vs. Roger Clemens, and I believe Clemens was going for a milestone win. My buddy and I (ISU seniors at the time) were offered $1,200 for our pair of tickets. We went through the gates. It was the pitching dual most expected until the late innings. Our seats were on the 1B side, tucked under the upper deck. I had to crouch slightly to see Karros' go-ahead 3-run homer clear the LF wall. The place went nuts. Remlinger had a key strikeout in the 8th after he relieved Wood, against Giambi, I believe. What's the most memorable baseball game you've attended?