An extended season finisher setup with 12 groups and a Friday night Worldwide championship opener are among the features of Significant Association Baseball’s 2022 postseason plan.
The association has delivered subtleties of the games, dates, and broadcast sources during the current year’s end-of-the-season games — starting with the best-of-three American Association and Public Association special case season finisher series, which start off on Friday, Oct. 7, and paving the way to the current year’s Fall Exemplary, starting Oct. 28.
Game 7 of the Worldwide championship, if fundamental, would be on Saturday, Nov. 5 — which would be the most recent date in Worldwide championship history.
Which groups have secured season finisher billets?
Houston Astros (secured West Division), New York Yankees (secured East Division), Cleveland Gatekeepers (secured Focal Division).
Los Angeles Dodgers (secured West Division and best record in NL), New York Mets (secured in some measure special case), Atlanta Conquers (secured in some measure trump card), St. Louis Cardinals (secured Focal Division).
What is the AL/NL secret weapon plan?
The best-of-three AL and NL unique case end of the time games will begin with all of the four series playing on that very days. The division champs with the most extremely horrible by and large record in every relationship, close by the extraordinary case bunches with the best record in every affiliation will have all games.
Game 1: Friday, Oct. 7
Game 2: Saturday, Oct. 8
Game 3: Sunday, Oct. 9 (if fundamental)
All games will air on ESPN stages.
What is the AL/NL division series plan?
The best-of-five AL and NL division series will open with all of the four series playing around a similar time. In any case, the AL and NL games will staggered go for it.
AL division series
Game 1: Tuesday, Oct. 11
Game 2: Thursday, Oct. 13
Game 3: Saturday, Oct. 15
Game 4: Sunday, Oct. 16 (if imperative)
Game 5: Monday, Oct. 17 (if imperative)
All ALDS games will air on TBS.
NL division series
Game 1: Tuesday, Oct. 11
Game 2: Wednesday, Oct. 12
Game 3: Friday, Oct. 14
Game 4: Saturday, Oct. 15 (if fundamental)
Game 5: Sunday, Oct. 16 (if fundamental)
What is the AL/NL title series plan?
The best-of-seven AL and NL title series will start on Oct. 18 and 19.
AL title series
Game 1: Wednesday, Oct. 19
Game 2: Thursday, Oct. 20
Game 3: Saturday, Oct. 22
Game 4: Sunday, Oct. 23
Game 5: Monday, Oct. 24 (if important)
Game 6: Tuesday, Oct. 25 (if essential)
Game 7: Wednesday, Oct. 26 (if essential)
All ALCS games will air on TBS.
NL title series
Game 1: Tuesday, Oct. 18
Game 2: Wednesday, Oct. 19
Game 3: Friday, Oct. 21
Game 4: Saturday, Oct. 22
Game 5: Sunday, Oct. 23 (if fundamental)
Game 6: Monday, Oct. 24 (if fundamental)
Game 7: Tuesday, Oct. 25 (if essential)
NLCS games will air on one or the other Fox or FS1. (Game 7 would be on both)
What is the 2022 World Series schedule?
The best-of-seven World Series will begin on Oct. 28 at the home park of the team with the better regular-season record.
- Game 1: Friday, Oct. 28
- Game 2: Saturday, Oct. 29
- Game 3: Monday, Oct. 31
- Game 4: Tuesday, Nov. 1
- Game 5: Wednesday, Nov. 2 (if necessary)
- Game 6: Friday, Nov. 4 (if necessary)
- Game 7: Saturday, Nov. 5 (if necessary)
All World Series games will be broadcast on Fox.
Where can I watch the MLB playoffs online?
The wild card series will be available to stream via the ESPN App.
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.