If you’re a baseball fan, October might be your favorite month. Postseason baseball is upon us, and for Los Angeles Dodgers fans, this will be the fifth straight year their team will be playing in the playoffs. The Dodgers have dominated the NL West in recent years, but haven’t been able to make it to the World Series since 1988. Could 2017 finally be the year? Read on to see where and when you can follow the Dodgers’ run to the Fall Classic.
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2017 Dodgers playoff schedule
The Dodgers dominated the regular season and locked up the National League’s number one seed. They will have to wait to see who wins Wednesday’s Wild Card game to find out who they will play. Regardless of that outcome, we know one thing is certain; they will play a division rival. The Arizona Diamondbacks will host the Colorado Rockies, who narrowly beat out the Milwaukee Brewers on the regular season’s second to last day, in the NL Wild Card game. Either the Diamondbacks or Rockies will travel to Los Angeles for games one and two of the National League Division Series.
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The NLDS will begin on Friday, October 6. The entire series will be able to be viewed on TBS. Game one starts at 7:31 p.m. PT. Game two’s first pitch will be on Saturday, October 7 at 6:08 p.m. PT. Game three will be in either Denver or Phoenix on Monday, October 9, with the time yet to be announced. If necessary, games four and five will be held on October 10 and 12, respectively. Times for those games have not been announced either.
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If the Dodgers are able to win their first series, they will play for the National League Pennant! The NLCS will start on Saturday, October 14. Again, each game of this series will also be shown on TBS. The times have yet to be announced, and the locations will depend on the prior outcomes. If the Dodgers advance to the NLCS, they will host the first two games, and play at either the Chicago Cubs or Washington Nationals in games three and four.
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