The 2015 MLB season was full of memorable games, from no-hitters, to record-breaking power displays, to the world champion Kansas City Royals coming back from seemingly insurmountable deficits.

To celebrate a fantastic season of baseball, MLB Network Radio will be airing the top five games of 2015 this holiday season – and we need your help picking them.

Our staff has narrowed it down to 10 games. We need you to vote, from now until the end of November, on your favorite five. Watch the highlights below, and then scroll to the bottom to cast your ballot!


Aug. 30, 2015 – Chicago Cubs 2, Los Angeles Dodgers 0

Cubs pitcher Jake Arrieta throws a no-hitter in Los Angeles against the Dodgers.


Sept. 29, 2015 – Los Angeles Dodgers 8, San Francisco Giants 0

Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw retires the final 19 batters he faces, as the Dodgers clinch the National League West.


Oct. 3, 2015 – Los Angeles Angels 11, Texas Rangers 10

The Angels score five runs in the ninth inning and delay the Rangers clinching the AL West, keeping their playoff hopes alive.


Oct. 3, 2015 – Washington Nationals 2, New York Mets 0

Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer strikes out 17 Mets en route to throwing his second no-hitter of the 2015 season.


Oct. 12, 2015 – Chicago Cubs 8, St. Louis Cardinals 6

The upstart Chicago Cubs become the first team in playoff history to hit six home runs in a postseason game.


Oct. 12, 2015 – Kansas City Royals 9, Houston Astros 6

The Kansas City Royals, facing elimination, trailing by four runs in the eighth, rally back and force a decisive Game 5.


Oct. 14, 2015 – Toronto Blue Jays 6, Texas Rangers 3

In a thrilling game that saw bat flips and benches clearing, the Toronto Blue Jays eliminate the Texas Rangers from the American League Division Series.


Oct. 14, 2015 – Kansas City Royals 4, Toronto Blue Jays 3

The Royals close out the Blue Jays to advance to their second consecutive World Series, as Wade Davis pulls his best Houdini in the ninth inning.


Oct. 27, 2015 – Kansas City Royals 4, New York Mets 3

In Game 1 of the World Series, Royals outfielder Alex Gordon hits a game-tying home run in the bottom of the ninth, and the Royals walk it off in the 14th.


Nov. 1, 2015 – Kansas City Royals 7, New York Mets 2

Dominated by Matt Harvey for eight innings, the Royals battle back in the ninth, and win their first World Series in 20 years.


Now it’s time to go to the polls!

Select your five choices below. Voting is open until Nov. 30. The top five games air during the holidays on MLB Network Radio, Sirius channel 209, XM channel 89 and on the SiriusXM App!

Powered by WordPress.com VIP