With the Royals vying for their first World Series title in 30 years and the Mets vying for their first in 29, the Fall Classic that began Tuesday night was bound to deliver its share of historic moments. Little did anyone know, though, that one of them would come on the first pitch of the bottom of the first. But Matt Harvey left a fastball over the plate, Alcides Escobar launched it into the left-center field gap, Yoenis Cespedes misplayed it, and the next thing you know, Escobar was rounding the bases for a standup inside-the-park home run. The inside-the-parker was the first in the World Series since the Philadelphia A's' Mule Haas hit one in the 1929 Series, and the first leadoff inside-the-parker since Patsy Dougherty hit one for the Boston Americans (predecessors to the Red Sox) in 1903 — the first-ever World Series. Click here to watch the video of the homer, and click through the gallery for Getty Images' best shots of Escobar rounding the bases and crossing the plate.