With the Mets choking for the second year in a row, we have an interesting look for the National League Division Series which begin on Wednesday. I have to say switching between FSN Wisconsin and SNY between 4:10 p.m. and 5:10 p.m. was quite interesting, especially when Ryan Braun hit a two run home run in Milwaukee to put the Brewers ahead of the Cubs, then the Marlins hit back-to-back home runs to extinguish the lights on the Mets.
Here is what the series will look like:
Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Chicago Cubs
Milwaukee Brewers vs. Philadelphia Phillies
Both series will begin Wednesday, October 1, times to be determined.
Because the American League Central Division has yet to be decided and there’s a possibility of a one game playoff on Tuesday, the schedule for the ALDS is up in the air, but we do know the following:
Boston Red Sox vs. Anaheim Angels
Chicago White Sox or Minnesota Twins vs. Tampa Bay Rays
With both the Twins and White Sox winning today, the White Sox have to play Detroit in a make up game on Monday.
Once the schedule is determined, I’ll put everything up here. All League Division Series games will be on TBS with a couple sprinkled on TNT.