Career-defining moments today on MLB Network

May 19th, 2020

MLB Network's Tuesday coverage will focus on some memorable career-defining moments, including a trio of spectacular postseason performances.

Here's a closer look at the full schedule (all times ET):

9 a.m.: Lester's no-hitter -- Royals vs. Red Sox from May 19, 2008

The day will begin by celebrating the 12th anniversary of Jon Lester's 2008 no-hitter against the Royals. Less than two years after he courageously battled back from cancer, Lester turned a corner in his career with this dominant performance in front of the Fenway Park faithful. The southpaw struck out nine and walked two while uncorking 130 pitches en route to etching his name into the record book.

11 a.m. and 10:30 p.m.: 2006 World Series Game 4 -- Tigers vs. Cardinals

Sparkplug shortstop David Eckstein willed the Cardinals to a 5-4 victory in this contest, putting them on the brink of their first World Series title since 1982. Eckstein went 4-for-5 and knocked in the go-ahead run with an eighth-inning double to give St. Louis a 3-1 series lead over the Tigers. Eckstein added two more hits and a pair of RBIs the following night, as the Cards wrapped up the title -- and Eckstein took home World Series MVP honors.

2 p.m.: 2012 World Series Game 4 -- Giants vs. Tigers

With the Giants looking to finish off a sweep of the Tigers, Marco Scutaro came through with a clutch go-ahead single in the 10th inning that proved to be the game-winner. Scutaro's RBI knock gave the Giants a 4-3 lead in what had been a back-and-forth affair at Comerica Park, then Sergio Romo slammed the door in the bottom of the 10th, capped off by a strikeout of Miguel Cabrera to clinch San Francisco's second title in three years.

5 p.m.: 2013 ALCS Game 2

Tigers starter Max Scherzer carried a no-hit bid into the sixth inning and left the game after seven frames with a 5-1 lead -- but this one was far from over. With Detroit poised to take a 2-0 series lead, the Red Sox staged a furious late-game rally that unforgettably included David Ortiz's iconic game-tying grand slam that sent Tigers outfielder Torii Hunter toppling into the right-field bullpen. Jarrod Saltalamacchia put the finishing touches on the comeback one inning later, when he delivered a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth.