Here are some classic games you can look forward to watching in the coming days. More games will be announced as they're scheduled.
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Tuesday, June 30
8 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- 1987 ALCS Game 5, Twins at Tigers
Watch the Twins clinch their first AL pennant in 22 years en route to the first World Series championship since the franchise moved to Minnesota. Tom Brunansky was the hero at the plate, doubling, homering and driving in three runs.
11 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2006 NLCS Game 7, Cardinals at Mets
The incredible Endy Chavez catch to rob Scott Rolen of a home run. The clutch Yadier Molina go-ahead homer. Adam Wainwright freezing Carlos Beltrán on a curveball to send the Cardinals to the World Series.
2 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2017 NLCS Game 5, Dodgers at Cubs
The Dodgers dethroned the defending World Series champions in convincing fashion, routing the Cubs, 11-1, and advancing to their first World Series since 1988. Enrique Hernández launched three homers and drove in seven runs in the pennant-clinching victory.
Wednesday, July 1
7 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2011 NLDS Game 5, D-backs at Brewers
Nyjer Morgan's single up the middle in the 10th inning sends Milwaukee into the NLCS for the first time in 19 years.
9 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2019 ALDS Game 3, Yankees at Twins
Gleyber Torres went 3-for-4 with a double and a solo homer to help lift the Yankees to a sweep of the Twins and into the ALCS.
2 p.m. and Midnight ET on MLB Network -- 2018 NLDS Game 4, Dodgers at Braves
Manny Machado delivered for his new team after being acquired in a midseason trade from the Orioles, doubling and launching a three-run homer to help the Dodgers reach their second consecutive World Series.
Thursday, July 2
7 a.m. and 11 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2014 NLCS Game 5, Cardinals at Giants
Travis Ishikawa, earlier that year pondering retirement after appearing in only 116 games since last playing for the Giants in 2010, hit the pennant-winning home run for San Francisco before the Giants won their third World Series in five years.
10 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- 1996 ALCS Game Game 1, Orioles at Yankees
Derek Jeter hit his first postseason home run and Bernie Williams belted a walk-off homer in the 11th to get the Yankees one win closer to their first World Series title in 18 years.
1 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2019 NLCS Game 3, Cardinals at Nationals
Stephen Strasburg, who would go on to be named World Series MVP, continued his postseason mastery with a 12-strikeout performance over seven innings, in which he yielded one unearned run in Washington's 8-1 victory over St. Louis.
3 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2019 NLCS Game 4, Cardinals at Nationals
The Nationals punched their ticket to the first World Series in franchise history with a 7-4 win and a sweep of the Cardinals. Washington scored seven runs in the first and never looked back, with starter Patrick Corbin fanning 12 in five innings.
Friday, July 3
7 a.m. and 11 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2016 World Series Game 7, Cubs at Indians
It was 108 years in the making -- the Cubs finally won the World Series in an extra-inning thriller at Progressive Field.
10 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2019 World Series Game 7, Nationals at Astros
Howie Kendrick, an unlikely hero throughout the 2019 postseason for Washington, delivered again with a go-ahead, three-run homer in the seventh inning to lift the Nationals to the first World Series championship in franchise history.
Saturday, July 4
11 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- Red Sox at Yankees on July 4, 1983
Dave Righetti made the Fourth of July even better in the Bronx when he no-hit the rival Red Sox at Yankee Stadium, walking four and striking out nine.
1 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- Cubs at Nationals on July 4, 2011
As if there wasn't already enough of a reason for fireworks on the Fourth of July in the nation's capitol, Jason Werth scored on a wild pitch in the 10th inning for a walk-off victory over Chicago.
3 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- Mets at Braves on July 4, 1985
A 19-inning marathon on the Fourth of July? This was one of the most unique games in baseball history, and it was won by the Mets, 16-13. Lenny Dykstra, Wally Backman, Keith Hernandez, Gary Carter and Darryl Strawberry combined to go 19-for-45 in the six-hour, 10-minute contest.
Sunday, July 5
9 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2013 All-Star Game from Citi Field
Mariano Rivera's final All-Star Game, fittingly in New York.
Noon ET on MLB Network -- Mets at Braves on July 4, 1985
This game deserves an encore.
3 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2014 All-Star Game from Target Field
Mike Trout doubled, tripled and drove in two runs, and Miguel Cabrera launched a two-run homer in the American League's 5-3 victory.
7 p.m and 11 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2016 All-Star Game from Petco Park
A pair of Royals sluggers starred in the National League's 4-2 victory, with Eric Hosmer and Salvador Perez each homering and driving in two runs.