While no live televised baseball game is currently on the docket, Oakland A’s fans — and all sports fans desperate to watch some sports on TV amid the coronavirus season suspensions and postponements — will be able to watch designated hitter Khris Davis’ three home run game against the Texas Rangers on May 17, 2016. The game will re-air on NBC Sports California on Wednesday at 8 p.m. PT.

Spoiler alert: Davis’s third homer is a walk-off grand slam to secure the A’s 8-5 win at the Oakland Coliseum.

Double spoiler alert, here’s the slam — without any of the suspense built over those nine innings:

The three-homer game was an early indicator that Davis had the Texas Rangers’ number. In his career, Davis is slashing a .272/.358/.680 with a 1.038 OPS and 32 of his 216 home runs against the Rangers.

NBC Sports Bay Area will re-air Klay Thompson’s 60-point game against the Indiana Pacers at 8 p.m. PT on Wednesday, too.

Spoiler alert: he did it in just 29 minutes and took 11 dribbles.

 

This week, the network already re-aired former Giants pitcher Matt Cain’s perfect game against the Houston Astros on June 18, 2012 and outfielder Alex Dickerson’s debut game.

NBC Sports Bay Area and California are set to release a lineup of “Classic” A’s, San Francisco Giants, Golden State Warriors, Sacramento Kings, San Jose Sharks and San Jose Earthquakes games that will re-air during this live sports freeze.