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June 24, 1990: Charlton flattens Scioscia
Norm Charlton was hit by a pitch in the seventh inning, and then he raced around the bases trying to score on a double by Joe Oliver. Charlton initiated a hard collision with Dodgers catcher Mike Scioscia while crossing home plate safely. The lefty reliever had expressed displeasure with the way Scioscia blocked the plate when Eric Davis was attempting to score two games earlier.

May 11, 2006: Jr. calls game in 11th
In his first game back after missing a month with a knee injury, Ken Griffey Jr. hit a three-run walk-off home run in the bottom of the 11th inning to give the Reds a 5-4 win over the Nationals at Great American Ball Park.

June 30, 2006: Dunn’s walk-off grand slam
The Reds trailed Cleveland by seven runs in the eighth inning before pulling off an improbable come-from-behind win. Cincinnati scored four runs in the bottom of the eighth and five in the bottom of the ninth. Adam Dunn’s drive, which hooked inside the right-field foul pole for a walk-off grand slam, completed the wild 9-8 victory.

July 22, 1986: Davis and Knight tangle at third
During a game vs. the Mets, Eric Davis stole third base and got tangled up with Ray Knight in the process. Davis got into Knight's face and received a punch that sparked a nasty benches-clearing brawl.

Oct. 8, 1973: Rose-Harrelson brawl in NLCS
During the fifth inning of Game 3 of the National League Championship Series at Shea Stadium, Pete Rose slid hard into second base to try to break up a double play. Rose took out Mets shortstop Bud Harrelson with his slide and the two ended up brawling on the dirt as the benches cleared.

May 30, 1992: Morris brawls with Gary Carter
Thrown out at home trying to score from second base on a Bill Doran single, first baseman Hal Morris said something to Expos catcher Gary Carter as they passed each other. Carter offered an elbow before the shoving started and the benches cleared. Morris and Carter were both ejected from the game as Cincinnati won vs. Montreal, 9-4.

Aug. 19, 1965: Maloney works 10-walk, 10-inning no-no
Throwing a no-hitter is a special accomplishment, but Jim Maloney is one of the only men in baseball hitter who knows what it's like to carry one into extra innings. Maloney still owns the Majors' most recent official 10-inning no-hitter, beating the Cubs, 1-0, in a game in which he miraculously worked around 10 walks to keep the Cubs scoreless at Wrigley Field. In this clip, Maloney gets Ernie Banks to ground into a game-ending double play to complete the incredible feat, and then breaks down his performance next to Hall of Famer Lou Boudreau.

Maloney had actually carried a separate no-no into extra innings on June 14 of that same season against the Mets before he gave up an 11th-inning homer to lose, 1-0.

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