AL WILD CARD GAME 2017

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October has finally arrived, but the 2017 MLB playoffs could end in a flash for two teams after the Wild Card Round. Anything can happen in a one-game playoff, which makes the American League and National League contests must-watch television. Each game will also feature an ace that could give the home teams an even greater advantage to move onto the divisional round.

The high temperatures of the summer are subsiding, but the heat of postseason is just beginning. First, on the docket is the AL Wild Card. The New York Yankees swept their last series against the Minnesota Twins, and are playing at home. The Twins won seven of their last 10 games, and are starting Ervin Santana who is 16-8 on the season.

The scout loves Tuesday night’s matchup at Yankee Stadium, Yankees All-Star right-hander Luis Severino vs. Twins All-Star righty Ervin Santana. If Severino can get through six, I’m going to say advantage Yankees for the simple fact you’ve got Chad Green, David Robertson and Aroldis Chapman in that bullpen,” the scout said. “But don’t count the Twins out. They can win this game.”

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Baseball’s regular season came to an end Sunday night, and Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium, the 2017 postseason will begin with the AL Wild Card Game. The NL Wild Card Game will be played Wednesday, then the ALDS and NLDS will begin Thursday and Friday, respectively. Here is the full postseason schedule.

The 2017 MLB playoff bracket has been set and the teams are ready to make a push for the World Series. This year fans can catch all of the National League action on TBS while the American League games will be split between the MLB Network, FOX and FS1. It’s time to make sure you know how to access the games on TBS.

The 2017 postseason begins at Yankee Stadium when the Minnesota Twins take on New York in the AL wild-card game. Luis Severino pitches for the Yanks – he’s 23, he averaged 97.6 mph on his fastball, tops among qualified starters. Twins starter Ervin Santana is 34, and hasn’t been in the playoffs since 2004.

Now that the postseason field has been finalized, we can look ahead and figure out which potential World Series matchups are most intriguing. There are 25 of them. Some are interesting because the current rosters are so exciting. Others are interesting because the two teams have World Series history. And several have a little of both.