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Features some of Major League Baseball's greatest games.

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aired 119 days ago
Carlton Fisk hits a game-winning home run in his Fenway return. From April 10, 1981.
aired 120 days ago
Ron Guidry strikes out 18 batters. From June 17, 1978.
aired 121 days ago
Gary Carter's game-winning home run. From April 9, 1985.
aired 124 days ago
From Petco Park in San Diego.
aired 124 days ago
From Cincinnati.
aired 124 days ago
From Minneapolis.
aired 125 days ago
From Citi Field in Flushing, N.Y.
aired 125 days ago
From Kansas City, Mo.
aired 125 days ago
From Chase Field in Phoenix.
aired 131 days ago
An extra innings, one-game playoff tie-breaker. From Oct. 6, 2009.
aired 133 days ago
Tuffy Rhodes swats three homers against Dwight Gooden on opening day.
aired 133 days ago
Madison Bumgarner has a great day both on the mound and at the plate on opening day.
aired 133 days ago
Clayton Kershaw tosses an opening day shutout. From April 1, 2013.
aired 134 days ago
A high-scoring affair on opening day.
aired 135 days ago
Randy Johnson pitches a perfect game. From May 18, 2004.
aired 140 days ago
Mark "The Bird" Fidrych tosses a complete game. From June 28, 1976.
aired 141 days ago
An offensive explosion as both teams score more than 20 runs. from May 17, 1979.
aired 216 days ago
Featuring Don Larsen's perfect game; sit-down interview with Don Larsen and Yogi Berra.

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