Yes. Every "walk off" celebrated at the plate? No. Overkill. Also, going out of the dugout for a curtain call on the game tying home run in the first game of the World Series. No. Mr. October would be embarrased. Which gets me to thinking. The definition of walk off has changed. It used to be when a team hit a home run and the defensive team simply walks off the field. Now, if the home team is up with two out and bases loaded, down by 3 runs, and a guy hits a double in the gap and the man originally on first around third and trying to score the tying run, with the pitcher backing up home plate and an errant throw allowing the original batter to score on a fantastically close play at the plate "team wins on walkoff double".