Watch 44 more epic half-innings right here

May 21st, 2020

As the baseball world waits for live games to return, once again offered a dizzying sprint through history to satisfy your craving.

For the second time, streamed the most memorable half-innings in modern history back to back, a string of 44 half-innings. All of the half-innings also are available on demand via MLB.TV.

The stream started with Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Gibson closing out his historic 17-strikeout performance in Game 1 of the 1968 World Series and went chronologically through the Braves’ rally over the Cardinals in Game 3 of last year’s National League Division Series. Each of MLB’s 30 clubs was represented with at least one cherished moment from that franchise’s history. Below is a rundown of all 44 half-innings.


Blue Jays

Bot 11, 2016 AL Wild Card Game: Edwin Encarnación makes Rogers Centre shake with his Wild Card walk-off


Top 9, 1970 World Series Game 5: The O’s fend off The Big Red Machine for the title


Top 8, 2008 ALCS Game 7: Rookie David Price shuts the door on the mighty Red Sox

Red Sox

Bot 8, 2013 ALCS Game 2: The Sox’s offense comes alive, punctuated by Big Papi’s grand slam

Bot 9, 2018 ALCS Game 4: Andrew Benintendi’s diving catch stuns the Astros


Top 9, 1977 ALCS Game 5: The Bronx Bombers rally against the rival Royals

Top 9, May 17, 1998: David Wells tastes perfection on a magical day at Yankee Stadium

Bot 10, 2001 World Series Game 4: Derek Jeter walks off the D-backs to become “Mr. November”



Top 9, May 15, 1981: Len Barker finishes off his perfect game -- still the Tribe’s most recent no-no or perfecto

Bot 8, 1997 ALDS Game 4: The Indians take advantage of one of Mariano Rivera’s only postseason missteps


Top 9, July 24, 1983: George Brett’s tar-laden bat creates a “sticky” situation in the Bronx

Top 9, 2015 World Series Game 5: K.C. vanquishes the Dark Knight and sends clincher to extras

Bot 1, 1989 All-Star Game: Bo Jackson crushes a leadoff tater with President Reagan in the booth


Top 9, June 28, 1976: Mark “The Bird” Fidrych bursts onto the national scene

Bot 9, 2006 ALCS Game 4: Magglio Ordonez seals Detroit’s pennant with a walk-off homer


Bot 11, 1991 World Series Game 6: Kirby Puckett ensures everyone will see the Braves and Twins play “tomorrow night”

White Sox

Bot 9, 2005 World Series Game 4: Juan Uribe’s outstanding defense clinches Chicago’s first title in 88 years



Top 9, July 12, 2019: Halos honor fallen teammate Tyler Skaggs with a combined no-hitter


Bot 18, 2005 NLDS Game 4: Chris Burke ends a marathon postseason game and sends Houston to the NLCS


Bot 9, 1972 World Series Game 4: The dynastic A’s get a boost from their bench


Top 1, Sept. 14, 1990: The Griffeys (father and son) make history with back-to-back jacks


Bot 9, June 11, 1990: Nolan Ryan notches no-hitter No. 6 at age 43



Top 9, 2019 NLDS Game 3: Dansby Swanson and Adam Duvall lead a dramatic comeback over the Cardinals


Bot 11, 1997 World Series Game 7: The Marlins claim their first title with an extra-innings walk-off win in Game 7

Top 9, 2003 NLDS Game 4: Pudge Rodriguez holds on at home plate to seal Florida’s NLDS triumph


Bot 9, 1986 NLCS Game 3: Lenny Dykstra “nails” a walk-off homer at Shea Stadium

Bot 10, 1999 NLDS Game 4: Todd Pratt’s unlikely homer helps the Mets advance to the NLCS


Bot 9, July 28, 1991: Nicaragua native Dennis Martinez finishes off a historic perfect game for the Expos

Top 9, May 11, 2016: Max Scherzer dominates his old club with 20 strikeouts


Top 10, 1980 NLCS Game 5: Philly puts together one last rally to win a wild winner-take-all Game 5 at the Astrodome

Bot 9, May 29, 2010: Doc Halladay twirls a perfecto in Miami



Bot 7, 1982 ALCS Game 5: “Harvey’s Wallbangers” rally to punch the Brewers’ first World Series ticket


Top 9, 1968 World Series Game 1: Bob Gibson finishes off his record 17-K day with a bang

Bot 12, 2004 NLCS Game 6: Jim Edmonds forces Game 7 with a walk-off dinger


Top 9, May 6, 1998: The nearly unhittable Kerry Wood joins the 20-strikeout club


Bot 9, 1979 World Series Game 7: The “We Are Family” Bucs complete their comeback from a 3-1 series hole


Top 9, June 16, 1978: After numerous close calls, Tom Seaver finally gets his no-hitter



Bot 9, May 18, 2004: 40-year-old Randy Johnson puts the finishing touches on his perfect game


Top 9, 1988 NLCS Game 4: Mike Scioscia shocks Doc and the Mets with a game-tying dinger

Bot 9, 2017 NLCS Game 2: Justin Turner sends the Dodger faithful home happy


Top 9, June 13, 2012: Matt Cain dominates the Astros for a perfect game

Bot 9, 2014 NLCS Game 5: Travis Ishikawa’s walk-off sends Giants back to the World Series


Bot 7, 1984 NLCS Game 5: Tony Gwynn and Steve Garvey power the Padres to the pennant


Bot 9, June 18, 2017: Nolan Arenado completes his epic Father’s Day cycle