MLB announces 2023 postseason schedule
Aug 8, 2023, 11:08 AM
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With a little over a month and a half of regular season baseball left to play, MLB has announced when its postseason will tee off.
According to a press release from the league, the playoffs begin with four games of the Wild Card Series on ABC, ESPN and ESPN2 on Tuesday, October 3. If the season ended today, the San Francisco Giants would be in one of those Wild Card games. The Giants are only four games behind the division-leading Los Angeles Dodgers.
Following the Wild Card Series, all four AL and NL Division Series are scheduled to begin on Saturday, October 7.
The American League Championship Series is slated to start on Sunday, Oct. 15, with the National League Championship Series beginning the next day, on Monday, Oct. 16.
World Series play is slated to start on Friday, Oct. 27. If the series goes seven games, the final game of the MLB postseason will take place on Saturday, Nov. 4.
— MLB (@MLB) August 8, 2023
Fans can watch the Wild Card Series on the ESPN App, along with the games’ respective networks. According to the league’s press release, ” all games telecast on TBS, FOX and FS1 will be available to MLB.TV subscribers who are authenticated subscribers to the applicable network through a participating pay TV provider.”