Top Ten Games Of The Last 5 MLB Postseasons

  1. October 27th 2011 Rangers 9 Cardinals 10

World Series Game 6: This game had it all, 10 game-tying or go ahead hits, 6 homers, 5 errors, and web gems for good measure. In the 9th and 10th innings the Rangers got 1 strike away from winning the World Series but both times the Cardinals got the hit to stay alive. Finally in the bottom of the 11th David Freese came through with a leadoff home run to win the game and force a game 7.


  1. October 10th 2014: Royals 8 at Orioles 6

ALCS game 1: KC’s Alex Gordon came up with the big hit with a three run homer in the top of the 10th. O’s put the pressure on in the bottom of the 10th with runners on first and second but came up short.

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3 October 23rd 2010 Giants 3 Phillies 2

NLCS Game 6: After collecting a win in game 5 on the road against the Giants ace Tim Lincecum the Phillies looked poised to tie up the series at home in game 6. Early on it looked lake that would be the way things would go when they jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first. Then the tide started to turn, the Giants defense tightened up not allowing a run for the next 8 innings and scoring 3 to win the game and the series.


  1. September 30th 2014: A’s 8  Royals 9

AL Wild card game: The A’s came out strong at home in the 1 game playoff with their mid-season pickup Jon Lester on the mound. KC came up with a comeback down 4 in the 8th inning to send the game into extras. The Royals stole 7 bases in the 12 inning classic.

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  1. October 26th 2013: Red Sox 4 vs. Cardinals 5

World Series Game 3: After allow a game tying two run single in the top of the 8th Trevor Rosenthal was able to work a shutout top on the 9th to keep it tied. In the bottom of the 9th the Cardinals managed to scrap together a the game winning run on an obstruction call to give them a 2-1 lead in the series.

Cardinals 10:26:13

  1. October 7th 2012 Nationals 3 Cardinals 2

NLDS Game 1: The Cardinals scored both of their 2 runs in the second inning without a hit (4BB, WP, Sac fly). In the middle of the game the Nationals kept it close with stellar defense, Jason Werth robbed a potential two run homer in the 6th then in the 7th the Nats got a 5-4-3 double play to escape a bases loaded jam. The Nats then got a pinch hit two run single from Tyler Moore to take the lead. The win was the Nationals first in postseason franchise history.


  1. October 7th 2012 A’s 4 Tigers 5

ALDS game 2: Down 2-1 in the bottom of the 7th triple-crown winner Miguel Cabrera came to the plate for the Tigers with 2 on and two out. got him to pop up but A’s CF CoCo Crisp dropped the ball allowing two runs to score. The A’s took the lead back on a solo homer by Josh Reddick, but the Tigers managed a sac-fly in the bottom of the 9th for a walk-off win.


  1. October 7th 2013 Red Sox 4 Rays 5

The Red Sox scraped together a 3-0 lead to start the game with some close plays and timely hitting, but Evan Longoria erased the Rays deficit with a 3-run homer in the bottom of the 5th. The Rays gave their closer Fernando Rodney a one run lead in the top of the 9th which he coughed up allowing the Red Sox to tie the game at 4. Jose Lobaton was able to pick up his teammate in the bottom of the 9th with a walk-off homer.


  1. October 21st 2010 Phillies 5 Giants 6

NLCS Game 4: In the top of the 5th inning, the Giants gave up their 2-1 lead on a 2-run double right after managing managing to protect it with an outfield assist from center. The Giants failed to hang onto a 5-4 lead in the 8th inning when Sergio Romo let up a game-tying double down the line. Finally in the bottom of the 9th Juan Uribe hit a sac-fly to bring in the winning run.


  1. October 20th 2011 Rangers 2 Cardinals 1

World Series Game 2: This game featured some great pitching and defense. The Cardinals struck first string together three singles in the 7th inning to take a 1-0 lead. In the top of the 9th it took some small ball for the Rangers to get on the board, stealing a base and knocking in two runs on back-to-back sac-flies. Neftali Feliz pitched through a lead-off walk and retired the last three batters to record a save for the Rangers.


Top 10 Most Exciting Regular Season MLB Games Of The Last 5 Seasons

July 27th 2011: Angels 3 Indians 1


The Indians took the lead to start this game scoring an unearned run off Ervin Santana without a hit. Santana then pitched three more inning of no-hit ball down by one run until Trout hit a sac-fly to tie the score. When Santana completed the no-hitter he became the first pitcher in Angels history to pitch a no-hitter without a shutout.

September 26th 2011: Cardinals 4 Astros 5


St. Louis came into this game one game back in the NL Wild card race while the Astros came in with a lowly 55-102 record. The Astros got the job done will small ball, scoring two runs on squeeze bunts including a suicide squeeze to walk-off the Cardinals. Despite the loss the Cardinals ended up rallying to win the Wild Card over the Braves anyway and they eventually went on to win the World Series.

May 2nd 2012: Phillies 13 Braves 15


Braves fall behind 6-0 facing the Phillies ace Roy Halladay, but battle back and tie it with a grand slam by Brian McCann. The game went back and forth with an offensive explosion for both teams until finally in the bottom of the 11th with the score tied at 13 Chipper Jones put the Braves on top with a two-run shot to center.

July 17th 2012: Mets 4 Nationals 5


The Nationals were shutting out the Mets through 8 innings thanks to some stellar pitching by Ross Detwiler but Tyler Clippard blew the save letting up a three run homer in the 9th. Rookie Bryce Harper hit a game tying triple in the bottom of the 10th and the Nationals claimed the victory on a walk-off wild pitch later in the inning.

May 20th 2013: Mariners 8 Indians 10

CLEVELAND, OH - MAY 20: Yan Gomes #10 of the Cleveland Indians leaps into a scrum of teammates at home plate after Gomes hit a walk-off three run home run to beat the Seattle Mariners at Progressive Field on May 20, 2013 in Cleveland, Ohio. The Indians defeated the Mariners 10-8 in the 10th inning. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)

Mariners had a chance to put this one away in the bottom of the ninth but closer Tom Wilhemsen dropped ball trying to cover first on a ball hit to the first baseman allowing the tying run to score. The Tribe fell behind again in the top of the 10th but won the game on a three run walk-off homer by Yan Gomes.

September 29th 2013: Tigers 0 Marlins 1


Pitching duel from the start with Henderson Alverez pitching against Justin Verlander. After the top of the 9th Alverez had finished nine innings of no-hit ball but with the game still tied at 0 the no hitter was still incomplete. In the bottom of the 9th the Marlins scored on a wild pitch making them the first team since 1997 to complete a no-hitter with a walk-off.

April 23rd 2014: Giants 12 Rockies 10:

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Slugfest: 9 Homers in the game, 6 by the Giants including a go ahead grand slam by Hector Sanchez in the top of the 11th inning. Game went back and forth in the high scoring affair. Rockies still put up a fight down 4 in the bottom of the 11th scoring 2 and putting a runner on first before a double play ended it.

May 20th 2014: Giants 4 Rockies 5

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Giants went ahead 4-3 in the top of the 9th on a double and brought in closer Sergio Romo. With a runners on first and third 2 outs, a double from Arenado brought in both the tying and winning runs wing a line drive double

July 28th 2015: Pirates 8 Twins 7


Twins rallied back from a 3-7 deficit in the bottom of the 8th but surrendered a solo homer to rookie Jung Ho Kang in the top of the nith. Pirates closed it out in the bottom of the ninth with a double play.

July 30th 2015: Rockies 8 Cardinals 9


Carpenter led the way for the Cardinals early with his first career 2 homerun game, but in the 4th inning the Rockies stormed back with a two run home run by pitcher Chris Rusin to tie the game at 4. In the end the Cardinals won on a walk-off walk in the bottom of the ninth, the fifth lead change of the game.

Top 10 Most Exciting MLB Games of September

  1. Atlanta Braves 7 vs. New York Mets 10 (100/100) September 13th. 

After coughing up a 2-0 lead the Mets found themselves down 7-4 with the bases empty and 2 outs in the top of the 9th. Mets send it into extras on a 3 run homer by Daniel Murphy and grab 3 unearned runs in the 10th to get the victory.

Mets 9:13

2. Houston Astros 7 vs. Seattle Mariners 6 (100/100) September 30th

Mariners took a 6-3 lead on back to back home runs in the 5th inning, but the Astros battled back with a three run homer in the top of the 6th and a go-ahead bloop single by Colby Rasmus in the top of the 9th. With the win the Astros retook the lead in the AL West.

Astros 9:30

3. Tampa Bay Rays 1 vs. New York Yankees 4 (100/100) September 14th.

Yankees break up Erasmo Ramirez no-hitter to start the 8th inning but fall behind 1-0 in the bottom half of the inning. In the top of the 9th the Yankees scored 4 runs on AL save leader Brad Boxberger and hold on for the win.

Yankees 9:14

4. Toronto Blue Jays 6 vs. Boston Red Sox 7 (100/100) September 19th.

Joey Bats’ 2 run homer in the bottom of the ninth pulled the Jays within 1 run in the bottom of the 9th but the Red Sox were able to hold on for the upset road victory.

Red Sox 9:19

5. San Francisco Giants 14 vs. Oakland Athletics 10 (100/100) September 26th

Bay Bridge series pitching matchup between former teammates Barry Zito and Tim Hudson overshadowed by rookie slugger Jarrett Parker knocking in 7 RBIs on 3 home runs.

Giants 9:26

6. Detroit Tigers 6 vs. Kansas City Royals 5 (98/100) September 19th.

Tigers thought they had a walk-off on a sac-fly in the bottom of the 9th but the play was overturned after replay review. In the end the Tigers still got their walk-off on an Ian Kinsler home run in the 11th.

DETROIT, MI - SEPTEMBER 19: Ian Kinsler #3 of the Detroit Tigers is tagged out at home plate by catcher Salvador Perez #13 of the Kansas City Royals to end the ninth inning of the tied game on September 19, 2015 at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)

7. Tampa Bay Rays 7 vs. Baltimore Orioles 6 (98/100) September 20th.

Rays tie the game with a big fly to centerfield in the bottom of the 9th and Kevin Kiermaier comes up with an infield hit for the walk-off.


8. Oakland Athletics 8 vs. Los Angeles Angels 7 (98/100) September 30th

Zito starts the game for the A’s in what was likely the last start of his 15 year career. Angels hit 5 homers but leave runners on 1st and 3rd in the bottom of the 9th and fall a half game back on the Astros in the AL wildcard race.

Barry Zito

9. Toronto Blue Jays 4 vs. New York Yankees 6 (97/100) September 22nd.

Yankees give up a solo shot to Dioner Navarro in the bottom of the 9th tying the score at 3 apiece, but back for 3 runs in the top of the 10th. Yankees pulled within 2.5 games of the Jays in the AL East with the win.

TORONTO, CANADA SEPTEMBER 22: Greg Bird #31 of the New York Yankees hits a three run home run scoring Brian McCann and Slade Heathcott putting the Yankees ahead 6-3 during the game against the Toronto Blue Jays at the Rogers Center on Monday, September 22, 2015. (Photo by Anthony J Causi)

10. Baltimore Orioles 7 vs. Tampa Bay Rays 6 (11 innings)  (97/100) September 2nd.

Orioles hang in with defensive play early with a robbed home run by LF Steven Pearce and and outfield assist by CF Adam Jones. Chris Davis hits two dingers including the walk-off shot to straight away center.