Of course, we're referring to Game Seven of the 1992 National League Championship Series, the infamous "Francisco Cabrera/Stan Belinda/Sid Bream/Barry Bonds" game that could possibly go down as the last playoff game in Pirate history.
I did a little digging and found out that there's a Wikipedia page that delivers an extra-heavy stomach punch to those who dare remember that fateful series. I really didn't need to be reminded that the Pirates went into the bottom of the 9th in Game Seven with a 2-0 lead, but hey, you can't re-write history.
Bonds and Belinda will continue to go down in history as the goats, but as Wiki points out, the rare Chico Lind error in the 9th would prove to be the real backbreaker. Yet somehow Chico skates all these years later. Maybe it was his overall likability. Maybe it was the fact that he forgot to wear pants when driving while intoxicated. But Jose Lind is truly Pittsburgh's own Bill Buckner.
1992 National League Championship Series (Wikipedia)
1992 NLCS Game 7 Sid Bream's modern-day "mad dash" wins the pennant for Atlanta (MLB.com Baseball's Best)