By Annie Ross

MLB is streaming games every day across its various platforms — one in the afternoon at 1 p.m. ET, and another in the evening at 7 p.m. ET. In addition, MLB Network, ESPN and FS1 will all be airing classic games throughout the week.

Here’s the schedule:

TODAY

1 p.m. ET streamed on MLB.com — Cole Hamels throws no-hitter in final Phillies start (July 25, 2015)

Hamels tied a bow on his Phillies career with a no-hitter and 13 K’s against the Cubs at Wrigley Field. The left-hander was traded to the Rangers six days later.

7 p.m. ET on ESPN — Cal Ripken Jr. plays in 2,131st consecutive game to break Lou Gehrig’s record (Sept. 6, 1995)

7 p.m. ET on MLB Facebook, Twitter and YouTube — Johan Santana tosses Mets’ first no-hitter (June 1, 2012)

Santana left it all on the field in a performance for the ages against the Cardinals, throwing a career-high 134 pitches to notch the first no-no in Mets history.

Celebrate the 1984 Tigers and the late Al Kaline on MLB Network

12 p.m. ET — 1984 World Series Game 1

2 p.m. ET — 1984 World Series Game 4

4 p.m. ET — 1984 World Series Game 5

8 p.m. ET — 1968 World Series Game 6

10 p.m. ET — 1968 World Series Game 7

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8

1 p.m. ET on MLB.com — Yankees rally against Braves to win Game 4 of 1996 World Series

Trailing two games to one and facing a 6-0 deficit in Game 4 against the reigning World Series champions, the Yankees stormed back to tie it on Jim Leyritz’s dramatic three-run homer in the top of the eighth before winning it with two runs in the 10th. New York went on to take Games 5 and 6 as well to close out its first title since 1978.

7 p.m. ET on MLB Facebook, Twitter and YouTube — Ichiro plays final MLB game during 2019 Japan Opening Series (March 21, 2019)

With the Mariners playing the A’s in Japan to kick off the 2019 season, Ichiro received a hero’s welcome and fittingly wrapped up his playing career in his home country.

#WalkoffWednesday on MLB Network

Cardinals at Mets, April 9, 1985 — 11 a.m. ET

2011 D-backs-Brewers NLDS Game 5 — 3 p.m. ET

1991 World Series Game 4 — 5 p.m. ET

2003 Marlins-Giants NLDS Game 3 — 8 p.m. ET

#WalkoffWednesday matchups were determined by four polls — with three games to pick from in each — running on MLB Network’s social media platforms.

THURSDAY, APRIL 9

1 p.m. ET on MLB.com — Pedro Martinez strikes out 17 Yankees (Sept. 10, 1999)

The Yankees were on their way to a third World Series crown in four years, but it was Martinez who reigned in the Bronx on this night. The right-hander set a career high with 17 K’s and held the Bombers to one hit in a dominant complete-game effort.

7 p.m. ET on MLB Facebook, Twitter and YouTube — Joe Carter walks off 1993 World Series in Game 6

“Touch em’ all, Joe! You’ll never hit a bigger home run in your life!” — Broadcaster Tom Cheek summed it up best after Carter slugged one of the most iconic homers in baseball history, a three-run blast off Mitch Williams that gave Toronto its second straight World Series championship.

Ron Guidry Day on MLB Network

2 p.m. ET and 10 p.m. ET — 1977 World Series Game 4

4 p.m. ET — 1978 World Series Game 3

6 p.m. ET — Guidry strikes out 18 batters in shutout vs. Angels (June 17, 1978)

FRIDAY, APRIL 10

1 p.m. ET on MLB.com — Dodgers at Pirates (Aug. 23, 2017)

Rich Hill was brilliant for the Dodgers, holding the Pirates hitless through nine innings, but Josh Harrison led off the bottom of the 10th with a homer off the left-hander to break a scoreless tie and give Pittsburgh a stunning walk-off win.

7 p.m. ET on MLB Facebook, Twitter and YouTube — Cubs at Rockies (July 31, 2010)

Carlos González delivered a legendary performance at Coors Field, becoming the fourth player in history to cap a cycle with a walk-off homer as the Rockies topped the Cubs in a tense game.

Relive some of Carlton Fisk’s biggest moments on MLB Network

10:30 a.m. ET — White Sox vs. Red Sox (April 10, 1981)

1:30 p.m. ET and 10:30 p.m. ET: 1975 World Series Game 6

SATURDAY, APRIL 11

1 p.m. ET on MLB.com — Nelson Cruz hits walk-off grand slam in 2011 ALCS Game 2

After tying ALCS Game 2 with a solo homer off Tigers right-hander Max Scherzer in the bottom of the seventh, Cruz rose to the occasion again in the 10th, crushing the first walk-off grand slam in postseason history.

3 p.m. ET on FOX — Red Sox complete sweep to end drought in 2004 World Series Game 4

The Red Sox shut out the Cardinals, 3-0, to finish off a four-game sweep and claim their first World Series title since 1918. Johnny Damon provided all the offense Boston would need in the first at-bat of the game, hitting a leadoff homer against St. Louis starter Jason Marquis. Meanwhile, Derek Lowe tossed seven scoreless innings and the Boston bullpen followed with two spotless frames.

7 p.m. ET on MLB Facebook, Twitter and YouTube — Royals outlast A’s in 2014 AL Wild Card Game

Playing their first postseason game since 1985, the Royals (seven steals) ran wild against Oakland and rallied from deficits of 7-3 and 8-7 to win the AL Wild Card Game on Salvador Perez’s walk-off single in the 12th inning.

7 p.m. ET on FS1 — Kershaw carries Dodgers in 2018 NLCS Game 5

The Brewers surprised many in the baseball world when they announced that they would be starting Wade Miley on short rest for Game 5 with the series tied at two games apiece, but that move paled in comparison to what they did next. Though Miley indeed took the mound at Dodger Stadium, he was replaced after facing only one batter — a strategic move by the Brewers to influence the Dodgers’ lineup construction. Though Brandon Woodruff pitched well in relief (three runs and eight strikeouts over 5 1/3 innings), Clayton Kershaw allowed just one run while striking out nine over seven innings to carry Los Angeles to the pivotal win.

Jackie Robinson Weekend on MLB Network

1 p.m. and 11 p.m. — Dodgers vs. Mets (April 15, 1997; 50th anniversary of Robinson’s Major League debut)

4 p.m. — White Sox vs. Indians (April 15, 2007)

SUNDAY, APRIL 12

1 p.m. ET on MLB.com — Brewers top D-backs in 2011 NLDS Game 5

Nyjer Morgan’s walk-off single in the bottom of the 10th gave the Brewers their first postseason series win since the 1982 NLCS.

7 p.m. ET on MLB Facebook, Twitter and YouTube — Cardinals hold off Mets in Game 7 of 2006 NLCS

Endy Chavez momentarily saved the Mets with one of the greatest home run robberies ever, but Yadier Molina’s two-run homer in the top of the ninth put the Cardinals ahead and Adam Wainwright caught Carlos Beltran looking with the bases loaded in the bottom of the frame to send St. Louis to the World Series.

Jackie Robinson Weekend on MLB Network

1 p.m. ET — Pirates vs. Cubs (April 15, 2017; 70th anniversary of Robinson’s Major League debut)

4 p.m. ET — Giants vs. Cubs (April 15, 2009)

8 p.m. ET — Angels vs. Yankees (April 15, 2010)