On the night of Oct. 14, 1992, the man who turned the National League championship series Pittsburgh’s way was so nervous that, come the ninth inning of Game 7, he retreated under the stands at the old Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium. There Bob Walk, a former Atlanta Brave, heard so much sustained screaming that he ducked back into the dugout. “By then,” Walk said Monday, “we were in a world of hurt.”
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