Tuesday marks a special day in MLB history.
On March 7, 1960, an MLB legend was born in Oklahoma City.
Carter is best known for his time with the Toronto Blue Jays and his walk-off home run in Game 6 of the 1993 World Series.
That home run clinched the World Series title for the Blue Jays as they knocked off the Philadelphia Phillies.
The home run also prompted a most famous call.
On Twitter, MLB wished Carter a happy birthday and posted a cool video of some of the slugger’s career highlights, which of course includes his walk-off home run to clinch the 1993 World Series.
You'll never hit a bigger home run than a World Series #walkoff.
Happy birthday, Joe Carter! pic.twitter.com/rTHfQdT6Tt
— MLB Vault (@MLBVault) March 7, 2023
Carter was a five-time All-Star over the course of his career.
He won two Silver Slugger Awards and two World Series titles, both of which came in Toronto.
Carter actually made his MLB debut with the Chicago Cubs in 1983.
He spent six years with the Cleveland Indians following his brief stint on the North Side of Chicago.
He played a season with the San Diego Padres before joining the Blue Jays, where he would have the bulk of his success.
During his last season, he was traded from the Baltimore Orioles to the San Francisco Giants.
Over the course of his 16-year career, Carter posted a 19.5 WAR, hit for a lifetime .259 batting average, crushed 396 home runs, picked up a total of 2,184 hits, and had an OPS of .771.
His best season came in 1986 with the Indians.
That year, Carter posted a .302 batting average with 29 homers and a career-high 121 RBI.NEXT: Cardinals Reveal Their Current Pitching Plan