MLB playoffs: Postseason schedule leading to 2017 World Series

The 2017 MLB regular season has had plenty of talking points and storylines. Each league has a clear World Series contender in the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Houston Astros, but surrounding them are the superhuman efforts of Yankees rookie Aaron Judge, the emerging Nationals led by Bryce Harper and an up-and-down-but-not-out repeat bid from the defending world champion Chicago Cubs.

Here is all the information you need to follow the 2017 MLB playoffs up to the World Series.

The last day of the MLB regular season is Sunday, Oct. 1, and the playoffs are scheduled to start Tuesday, Oct. 3. Two wild-card teams from each league will face off in a one-game playoff to determine who advances to the American and National League Division Series. The wild cards will be the top two teams from each league that didn’t win their division.

The best-of-five ALDS and NLDS start Oct. 4.

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