Major League Baseball begins its fourth week of the pandemic pause, so MLB has been hustling to keep its product on your mind in hopes that you’ll come back when play starts in a month or so.

So, has a great schedule of highlights:

Bryce Harper puts on a thrilling Derby display for the hometown fans in Washington, D.C., as he outslugs Kyle Schwarber on his final swings for a walk-off win.

Robinson Canó sets a final-round record with 12 home runs to beat Adrián González in a Yankees-Red Sox rivalry matchup for the Home Run Derby crown.

The Red Sox shatter the Curse of the Bambino and clinch their first World Series championship since 1918.

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The Red Sox celebrate the 100th anniversary of Fenway Park before a rivalry clash with the Yankees.

The most epic comeback in baseball history begins, as Dave Roberts and David Ortiz’s heroics start Boston’s rally from down three games to none against the Yankees.

Félix Hernández pitches the 23rd perfect game h from Zlatan Ibrahimovic.The 38 year-old striker made his ‘second’ debut for Milan in last night’s 0-0 draw with Sampdoria.Gandini insists Ibrahimovic cannot transform the club’s fortunes alone, he told Sportitalia: “I think the management knows verin MLB history on Aug. 15, 2012. There still hasn’t been one since.

Max Scherzer achieves one of baseball’s rarest feats on May 11, 2016, becoming just the fifth pitcher to strike out 20 batters in a nine-inning game.

Edgar Martinez hits “The Double” — his memorable 11th-inning walk-off at the Kingdome that brought home Ken Griffey Jr. with the winning run and sent the Mariners past the Yankees into the ALCS.

Manny Ramirez provides one of the most memorable “Manny Being Manny” moments, diving to cut off fellow Red Sox outfielder Johnny Damon’s throw.

In the 71st Midsummer Classic, Chipper Jones hits a home run for the hometown fans at Turner Field, but the American League wins 6-3 behind All-Star Game MVP Derek Jeter.

Games to be announced.

Royals ace Bret Saberhagen no-hits the White Sox at Royals Stadium on Aug. 26, 1991, the fourth and most recent no-hitter in franchise history.

The Cubs prevail over the Giants in Game 163 at Wrigley Field on Sept. 28, 1998, to win the NL Wild Card, sparked by Gary Gaetti’s home run to break a scoreless tie.

Trailing 8-1 against the rival Cubs at Wrigley Field, the Cardinals come all the way back thanks to star slugger Albert Pujols, who records the first three-homer game of his career — including the go-ahead, two-run blast in the top of the ninth.

Possibly the best regular-season game last year saw two powerhouse offenses go toe-to-toe at Target Field. The Yankees needed rally after rally to keep up with the Bomba Squad Twins, scoring nine times in the final three innings before taking a lead into the bottom of the 10th. Then, with Minnesota threatening a walk-off, Yankees center fielder (and former Twin) Aaron Hicks ended the affair with a sensational diving catch.

Jackson homers three times on just three swings, sending Yankee Stadium into a frenzy as New York closes out the Dodgers to win its first World Series championship in 15 years.

A pair of NL West rivals staged a wild back-and-forth affair in this winner-take-all game in Phoenix. The D-backs knocked out Rockies starter Jon Gray, as a three-run homer by Paul Goldschmidt helped Arizona jump out to a 6-0 lead. But the Rockies roared back against D-backs ace Zack Greinke, cutting the lead to just one in the seventh inning. The tide turned again when D-backs reliever Archie Bradley knocked an extremely rare two-run triple, extending an Arizona lead it would not relinquish.

Before Kirk Gibson hit his famous pinch-hit homer in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series, he helped the Dodgers reach the Fall Classic with heroics in this game. The Mets held a two-games-to-one lead in the series and ace Dwight Gooden was cruising into the ninth with a two-run lead, but Dodgers catcher Mike Scioscia knocked a two-run homer to tie the game and send it to extras. Then, Gibson – mired in a 1-for-16 slump in the series – knocked a two-out homer in the top of the 12th. Orel Hershiser came out of the bullpen to snuff out a bases-loaded rally for the Mets in the bottom half, clinching a dramatic series-tying win for L.A.

The 1997 season came down to a winner-take-all game in South Florida, and it was the nascent Marlins who prevailed over the powerful Indians thanks to Edgar Renteria’s walk-off single in the bottom of the 11th.

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