May 5, 2004: A day after hitting his 350th career home run, A-Rod smacks his 351st, a ninth-inning solo shot in Oakland to tie the game and help spark Yanks' comeback victory.
August 4, 2004: Launches two-run, game-winning home run in bottom of 11th, breaking 6-6 tie against A's at Stadium.
Oct. 6, 2004: Drives in game-tying run in bottom of 12th inning in Game 2 of Division Series against Twins with ground-rule double â€” putting Derek Jeter, the eventual winning run, on third. A-Rod finishes game 4-for-6 with homer and three RBI.
Oct. 9, 2004: Three days later, scores the series-clinching run in Minnesota when he doubles, steals third, and comes home on a wild pitch.
Oct. 16, 2004: Before it all goes south against Boston in ALCS, A-Rod helps crush Red Sox in 19-8 Game 3 thrashing, with three hits, three RBI, a homer and five runs scored.
April 26, 2005: Hits three home runs in first three at-bats and becomes only 11th major leaguer to drive in double-digit runs in single game, finishing 4-for-5 with 10 RBI in 12-4 drubbing of Bartolo Colon and Angels at Yankee Stadium.
July 14, 2005: Tags Curt Schilling (pitching in relief, sans bloody sock) for two-run homer in ninth inning at Fenway that breaks 6-6 tie and proves to be game-winner.
August 4, 2005: Clubs solo homer in top of ninth off Cleveland closer Bob Wickman to tie game at 3 and set up game-winning solo shot by Jason Giambi.
June 28, 2006: In midst of month-long slump that has Yankee fans jeering, A-Rod blasts a two-run, 12th-inning homer to beat Braves at the Stadium.
July 2, 2006: In Subway Series finale at Yankee Stadium, hits grand slam and three-run homer in 16-7 shellacking of Mets.