Oct. 28, 1995 means only one thing to Atlanta Braves fans Game Six.
Atlantas 1-0 victory over the Cleveland Indians in Game Six of the 1995 World Series that night cemented the Braves' place as the "Team of the '90s" and Tom Glavine's as one of baseball's premier big-game pitchers.
The thing is, he didn't really want to be at Fulton County Stadium that night. The way it worked out, the Indians wished Glavine hadn't been there, either.
"Leading up to it, I was hoping that I never had to pitch that game," he said. "I was hoping that we'd win Game Five in Cleveland and we win the series. It didn't work out that way.
"So you get over the initial disappointment of 'We have to play another game to try and be the World Series Champions,'" he continued. "In my mind I started looking at it as a great opportunity, a great opportunity to go out and pitch and lead the Braves and the city to a World Championship. Now, never in my wildest dreams did I imagine the kind of night that I had but...