Here is one that the readers of ESPN's Page 2 voted the "worst call in history." The Yankees were leading the Red Sox two games to one in the 1999 American League Championship Series. Jose Offerman was leading off first in the bottom of the eighth during Game 4 with the Yankees leading by one run. John Valentin was at the plate and grounded to second baseman Chuck Knoblauch, who reached out to tag Offerman and then threw to first for the double play. One problem: He never tagged Offerman. In fact, he didn't even come close. Replays showed that Knoblauch's swipe at Offerman didn't touch him. A furious Red Sox manager Jimy Williams argued to no avail. With star shortstop Nomar Garciaparra coming up with the bases empty instead of the tying run in scoring position, one could see why fans littered the field in protest. The umpire who made the call was Tim Tschida, who admitted it after the game. Unfortunately, Red Sox fans still had to watch as the Yankees went on to win the series and eventually, the World Series.