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In-depth look at incredible moments in baseball that built careers, reputations and myths.

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aired 7 days ago
Clayton Kershaw is a premier pitcher in his generation, and on June 18th, 2014, he solidified his place in baseball history with a no-hitter that ranks among the best of all-time.
aired 12 days ago
The Rockies' early struggles in 2007 would all but end any hopes of them playing October baseball. As September approached, they went on a rampage, winning 13 of 14 games to close out the regular season and force a one-game playoff vs. the Padres.
aired 124 days ago
Madison Bumgarner's postseason run in 2014 is considered by many as the most dominant pitching performance in postseason history.
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Yankee legend Derek Jeter delivers his 3,000th hit in style - and in front of the home fans.
aired 376 days ago
Red Sox vs. Yankees from Oct. 16, 2003.
aired 411 days ago
With 103 wins each, the Braves and Giants were tied atop the NL West with one game left to go in 1993. In this final year before the Wild Card, only a Division Title would get them into the postseason.
aired 411 days ago
Thru the lens of Game 7 of the 2001 World Series, we'll revisit an amazing postseason run: the Yanks amazing comeback in Game 4 & Jeter's walk-off HR, another 9th inning comeback and walk-off in Game 5 and then, the heartbreak of Game 7.
aired 1,028 days ago
Thought to be unavailable to pitch in Game 5 of the 1999 ALDS against Cleveland because of an injury suffered in Game 1, Pedro Martinez instead authored one of the single most inspiring performances in postseason history.
aired 1,043 days ago
The Kansas City Royals had not made the playoffs in 29 years but in 2014 the drought was finally over. Facing the Oakland A's in a wildcard showdown the Royals played an extra inning game for the ages.
aired 1,087 days ago
The 1992 Pirates were one out away from advancing to the World Series when Braves catcher Francisco Cabrera stepped to the plate with the bases loaded and two outs in the ninth.
aired 1,132 days ago
In 2004 the Boston Red Sox were on the verge of getting swept by their bitter rivals, the New York Yankees, in the ALCS. But this self-proclaimed team of "idiots" refused to believe in the curse and made history.