Template:Today in Baseball/October 27
- 1985 - Bret Saberhagen throws a shutout in game 7 of the 1985 World Series to give the Royals the title in the I-85 Series.
- 1986 - The Mets rally for another win against the Red Sox to take the 1986 World Series in seven games.
- 1986 - Thanks to a tie in Game One, the Japan Series goes 8 games for the first time ever. Before just 16,828 fans, the Seibu Lions beat the Hiroshima Carp, 3-2. Hisanobu Watanabe gets the win, Kimiyasu Kudoh notched the save and Koji Akiyama homers.
- 1991 - The "Last-to-First" World Series ends with the first extra-inning Game Seven in 67 years. Jack Morris throws a 10-inning shutout and Gene Larkin (pictured) singles in the winner as the Twins top Atlanta to take the 1991 World Series.
- 1999 - The Braves lose their 4th World Series in a decade, tying the record, as the Yankees win the 1999 World Series. Roger Clemens is the pitching star in the finale.