Remember ? Oh of course you do. His evil home run for the in game 6 of the 1985 NLCS sunk the Dodgers pennant hopes. But did you know that the man had been screwing the Dodgers for years prior? That’s right, Clark’s dastardly deeds began when he was a….oh you guessed it, a Giant. Another ex-Giant on the countdown. Clark was a much maligned malcontent who complained about everything and bad mouthed just about every player, manager he ever played for. He even bad mouthed the fans. As a result he wasn’t very well liked. Without further delay, I bring you the number three Dodger villain of all time….
3. October 16, 1985 – Jack Clark’s three-run home run gives the Cardinals a ninth-inning lead in Game 6 of the 1985 NLCS at Dodger Stadium: “The Dodger righthander is set and here’s his pitch to Jack Clark. Swing and a long one into left field! Adios, goodbye and maybe that’s a winner! A three-run homer by Clark! And the Cardinals lead by the score of 7-5…and they may go to the World Series on that one, folks!”
While Clark may have been infamous for his nasty comments and degradations of his former players, and mangers, but Dodger fans remember and despise him most for his evil pennant clinching home run in game 6 of the 1985 NLCS off of reliever .
None of those home runs was bigger than his Game 6 blast in the 1985 NLCS against the . Clark's two-out, three-run home run gave the Cardinals a 7-5 victory and propelled them into the World Series.