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Here’s the schedule of games to watch on MLB.com, social media, TV
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Why not enjoy some of MLB's classic games while you wait for baseball to come back? MLB is streaming games every day across its various platforms -- one in the afternoon, and another in the evening. In addition, MLB Network, ESPN and FS1 will all be airing classic games throughout

Why not enjoy some of MLB's classic games while you wait for baseball to come back?

MLB is streaming games every day across its various platforms -- one in the afternoon, and another in the evening. In addition, MLB Network, ESPN and FS1 will all be airing classic games throughout the week.

• The early games will stream on MLB.com and club sites (unless it’s noted that they’ll air on MLB Network, ESPN or FS1).

• The late games will stream exclusively on MLB's Twitter and Facebook and MLB's Vault YouTube channel (unless it’s noted that they’ll air on MLB Network, ESPN, FS1 or FOX).

• Search for other classics any time at our MLB at Home classic games hub.

Games will air every weekday and on weekends, so fans can tune in any day to see some great baseball.

Here's what you can look forward to watching in the coming days. More games will be announced as they're scheduled.

 

Sunday, June 7

Noon ET on MLB.com -- 2019 NLDS Game 4

Yadier Molina came up clutch for the Cardinals with a game-tying single in the eighth and walk-off sac fly in the 10th against the Braves.

MLB Network slate

10 a.m. ET and 7 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- 1986 World Series Game 7

The Mets came back one last time and Darryl Strawberry's late home run put the World Series away at Shea Stadium.

1 p.m. ET and 11 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2002 World Series Game 7

After their comeback against the Giants in Game 6, the Angels won again in Game 7 to clinch their World Series championship.

4 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2003 NLCS Game 7

The Marlins teed off on Kerry Wood, starting with Miguel Cabrera's three-run homer in the first inning, and clinched the NL pennant.

 

Monday, June 8

Vin Scully Day on MLB Network

8 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- 1996 NLDS Game 3 (Dodgers at Braves)
Chipper Jones clubbed a two-run homer and Tom Glavine outdueled Hideo Nomo to clinch a sweep and send the Braves on to the NLCS.

10 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- Pirates at Nationals, June 8, 2010 (Strasburg’s debut)
Nats right-hander Stephen Strasburg, one of the most hyped Draft prospects in history, delivered on the buzz with 14 strikeouts in his big league debut.

Noon ET on MLB Network -- Dodgers at Rockies, Sept. 17, 1996 (Nomo’s no-no)
Scully was on the call for the first of Nomo’s two career no-hitters, which he authored in the thin mountain air at Coors Field against a powerful Rockies club.

2 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- 1985 NLCS Game 6 (Cardinals at Dodgers)
Scully was also behind the mic for a more bitter Dodgers memory, as Jack Clark hit a clutch three-run homer in the top of the ninth to help St. Louis take the pennant.

4 p.m. and 10 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- Rockies at Dodgers, June 18, 2014 (Kershaw’s no-no)
Scully was anything but superstitious about mentioning the no-hitter Clayton Kershaw was putting together. Relive his masterful call of Kershaw’s big night.

8 p.m. and 12 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- “The Sounds of Baseball: Vin Scully”
Bob Costas and Tom Verducci look back on the biggest moments of Scully’s legendary career.

 

Tuesday, June 9

Championship Tuesday on MLB Network

8 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- Cubs at Braves, April 6, 2013
The Upton brothers combined for a big night for the Braves. Justin Upton knocked a homer in the first, and then B.J. and Justin each hit dingers in the bottom of the ninth to help Atlanta walk off the Cubs.

10 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2014 ALCS Game 1 (Royals at Orioles)
Alex Gordon and Mike Moustakas knocked a pair of 10th-inning homers for the visiting Royals, setting the tone for their ALCS sweep of the O’s.

Noon ET on MLB Network -- 2008 ALCS Game 5 (Rays at Red Sox)
The Red Sox erased a seven-run deficit in a win-or-go-home Game 5 before J.D. Drew walked it off with a ninth-inning single to right.

3 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2018 NLCS Game 1 (Dodgers at Brewers)
Brewers pitcher Brandon Woodruff homered off Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw, sparking a Milwaukee rally to take a 1-0 lead in the series.

 

Wednesday, June 10

MLB Draft Day 1 on MLB Network

6 a.m., 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- “MLB Draft: Front Office Focus”

8 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- Dodgers at Twins, June 26, 2006
Former No. 1 pick and local native Joe Mauer sets a career high with five RBIs as the Twins rout the Dodgers.

10 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2018 World Series Game 5 (Red Sox at Dodgers)
David Price pitched a gem, Steve Pearce homered twice and Chris Sale shut the door as the Red Sox completed their magical 2018 campaign.

Noon ET on MLB Network -- MLB Tonight Draft Spotlight

1 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- MLB Tonight: Pitchers Draft preview

2 p.m ET on MLB Network -- MLB Tonight: Infielders Draft preview

3 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- MLB Tonight: Outfielders Draft preview

5 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- MLB Draft Preview (Day 1)

7 p.m. ET on MLB Network, ESPN and ESPN Deportes -- Live coverage of MLB Draft Day 1 (Round 1)

 

Thursday, June 11

MLB Draft Day 2 on MLB Network

7 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2020 Top 100 Prospects

8 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2019 ALDS Game 2 (Rays at Astros)
Former top overall Draft pick Gerrit Cole spun a postseason start for the ages as he struck out 15 Rays over 7 2/3 scoreless innings.

10 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- Marlins at Nationals, May 6, 2015 (Harper’s 3 HRs)
Former top overall pick Bryce Harper went off against Miami, launching three dingers in a game for the first time in his career. Harper would go on to unanimously win the 2015 NL MVP.

4 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- MLB Draft Preview (Day 2)

5 p.m. ET on MLB Network and ESPN 2 -- Live coverage of MLB Draft Day 2 (Rounds 2-5)

 

Friday, June 12

MLB Network slate

6 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- “MLB Network Presents -- Eck: A Story of Saving”
MLB Network profiles Hall of Fame pitcher Dennis Eckersley with interviews with former teammates and reporters who covered his journey.

7 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- “MLB Network Presents: Bench”
MLB Network profiles Hall of Fame catcher Johnny Bench, featuring interviews with famous sports figures including Reggie Jackson, Pete Rose and Bobby Knight.

8 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- “MLB Network Presents: Mr. Padre”
MLB Network profiles Hall of Fame outfielder Tony Gwynn, featuring interviews with his former Padres teammates and managers including Bruce Bochy, Tim Flannery, Jack McKeon and opponents like Tony La Russa and Mike Schmidt.

9 a.m. and 7 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- Inaugural Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
MLB Network looks back on the first Induction Day in Cooperstown, which honored more than 20 of the members of the Classes of 1936 through ‘39 and featured appearances by all-time legends including Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner and Walter Johnson.

10 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2010 World Series Game 2 (Rangers at Giants)
An early pitchers' duel between Matt Cain and C.J. Wilson turned into a Giants rout after San Francisco put up seven runs in the eighth to take a 2-0 Series lead.

10 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2010 World Series Game 5 (Giants at Rangers)
Tim Lincecum and Cliff Lee staged their own pitchers' duel until Edgar Renteria knocked a three-run homer off Lee in the seventh, helping the Giants clinch their first World Series title since moving to San Francisco.

 

Saturday, June 13

6 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2010 World Series Film

8 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- Astros at Giants, June 13, 2012 (Cain’s perfect game)
Matt Cain pitched the 22nd perfect game in Major League history and the first in Giants franchise history, racking up 14 strikeouts in a completely dominant effort over Houston.

11 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- 1952 World Series Game 6 (Yankees at Dodgers)
The Yankees stayed alive to force a Game 7 with a tough win at Brooklyn’s Ebbets Field. Mickey Mantle crushed the first of his 18 career World Series homers in the eighth for the decisive insurance run.

2 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- 1971 World Series Game 6 (Pirates at Orioles)
The Orioles forced a Game 7 with a dramatic, 10-inning win over the Pirates in Game 6. Baltimore scored the walk-off run when Frank Robinson just barely beat a throw to home plate on Brooks Robinson’s sac fly.

8 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2011 World Series Game 6 (Rangers at Cardinals)
The “David Freese Game.” Freese, the local kid, hit a game-tying triple in the ninth with the Cardinals down to their last strike, and then clubbed a walk-off homer in the 11th to force a Game 7.

 

Sunday, June 14

11 a.m. ET on MLB Network -- 1952 World Series Game 7 (Yankees at Dodgers)
After trailing 3-2 in the Series and needing two wins on the road to claim the title, the Bronx Bombers broke Dodgers fans’ hearts again by winning Game 7. Mickey Mantle came up big for a second straight game, homering in the sixth and then adding an RBI single in the seventh to secure the Yankees’ 4-2 victory.

2 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- 1971 World Series Game 7 (Pirates at Orioles)
Roberto Clemente clubbed a homer and Pirates starter Steve Blass went the distance as Pittsburgh eked out a 2-1 victory to win the title.

5 p.m. ET and 11 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- 1987 World Series Game 7 (Cardinals at Twins)
Starter Frank Viola held the Cardinals to two runs across eight innings as the Twins claimed their fourth win at the Metrodome and clinched their first World Series title since moving to Minnesota.

8 p.m. ET on MLB Network -- 2011 World Series Game 7 (Rangers at Cardinals)
David Freese came up big for a second straight game, rallying the Cardinals back in the bottom of the first with a game-tying, two-run double. St. Louis’ offense took off from there, knocking out the Rangers, 6-2, to cap a wild Fall Classic.