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Complete 2021 MLB postseason schedule

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The 2021 MLB postseason began with the Red Sox and Dodgers winning the AL and NL Wild Card Games, respectively, to get things started. Now underway are the Division Series, which are being telecast on TBS, FS1 and MLB Network. ESPN Radio will provide live national coverage of all 2021 MLB Postseason games.

All games telecast on MLB Network, 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.

DIVISION SERIES
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Best-of-five

Tuesday, Oct. 12
• Astros v. White Sox, Game 4 (FS1, 2 ET)
• Brewers v. Braves, Game 4 (TBS, 5 ET)
• Giants v. Dodgers, Game 4 (TBS, 9 p.m. ET)

Wednesday, Oct. 13
• White Sox v. Astros, Game 5* (FS1, 8 ET)

Thursday, Oct. 14
• Braves v. Brewers, Game 5* (TBS, 5 p.m. ET)
• Dodgers v. Giants, Game 5* (TBS, 9 p.m. ET)

Potential Thursday Slide:

If SF-LAD concludes with Game 4, then MIL-ATL will slide from 5:07 p.m. (ET)/4:07 p.m. (CT) to 8:07 p.m. (ET)/7:07 p.m. (CT) on TBS.

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
Best-of-seven
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Friday, Oct. 15
• ALCS Game 1 (FOX)

Saturday, Oct. 16
• ALCS Game 2 (FOX or FS1)
• NLCS Game 1 (TBS)

Sunday, Oct. 17
• NLCS Game 2 (TBS)

Monday, Oct. 18
• ALCS Game 3 (FS1)

Tuesday, Oct. 19
• NLCS Game 3 (TBS)
• ALCS Game 4 (FS1) 

Wednesday, Oct. 20
• ALCS Game 5* (FS1) 
• NLCS Game 4 (TBS)

Thursday, Oct. 21
• NLCS Game 5* (TBS)

Friday, Oct. 22
• ALCS Game 6* (FS1) 

Saturday, Oct. 23
• NLCS Game 6* (TBS)
• ALCS Game 7* (FOX or FS1) 

Sunday, Oct. 24
• NLCS Game 7* (TBS)

WORLD SERIES
Best-of-seven

Tuesday, Oct. 26
• World Series Game 1 - hosted by team with better record (FOX)

Wednesday, Oct. 27
• World Series Game 2 - hosted by team with better record (FOX)

Thursday, Oct. 28
• Travel Day

Friday, Oct. 29
• World Series Game 3 (FOX)

Saturday, Oct. 30
• World Series Game 4 (FOX)

Sunday, Oct. 31
• World Series Game 5* (FOX)

Monday, Nov. 1
• Travel Day*

Tuesday, Nov. 2
• World Series Game 6* - hosted by team with better record (FOX)

Wednesday, Nov. 3
• World Series Game 7* - hosted by team with better record (FOX)

WILD CARD GAMES
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ALCS schedule: Blue Jays vs. Indians dates, times, TV channel

The Toronto Blue Jays and Cleveland Indians are set to begin the 2016 American League Championship Series on Friday. 

The Blue Jays reached the ALCS after beating the Orioles in the Wild Card Game and sweeping the Rangers in the ALDS. The Indians swept the Red Sox to reach their first ALCS since 2007. 

The ALCS winner will face either the Cubs or Dodgers in the World Series. 

The ALCS will be televised by TBS and TSN. You can live stream games on Watch TBS. 

See the schedule for the 2016 ALCS below. 

Game 1 (Oct. 14): Blue Jays at Indians, 8:08 p.m. ET

Game 2 (Oct. 15): Blue Jays at Indians, 4:08 p.m. ET 

Game 3 (Oct. 17): Indians at Blue Jays, 8:08 p.m. ET

Game 4 (Oct. 18): Indians at Blue Jays, 4:08 p.m. ET

*Game 5 (Oct. 19): Indians at Blue Jays, 4:08 p.m. ET

*Game 6 (Oct. 21): Blue Jays at Indians, 8:08 p.m. ET

*Game 7 (Oct. 22): Blue Jays at Indians, time TBD

*if necessary

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World Series

DATERESULT
TUE., OCT. 25Cleveland 6, Cubs 0
WED., OCT. 26Cubs 5, Cleveland 1
FRI., OCT. 28Cleveland 1, Cubs 0
SAT., OCT. 29Cleveland 7, Cubs 2
SUN., OCT. 30Cubs 3, Cleveland 2
TUE., NOV. 1Cubs 9, Cleveland 3
WED., NOV. 2Cubs 8, Cleveland 7

League Championship Series

DATESERIES
FRI., OCT. 14Cleveland 2, Toronto 0
SAT., OCT. 15Cleveland 2, Toronto 1
SAT., OCT. 15Cubs 8, L.A. Dodgers 4
SUN., OCT. 16L.A. Dodgers 1, Cubs 0
MON., OCT. 17Cleveland 4, Toronto 2
TUES., OCT 18Toronto 5, Cleveland 1
TUES., OCT 18L.A. Dodgers 6, Cubs 0
WED., OCT. 19Cleveland 3, Toronto 0
WED., OCT. 19Cubs 10, L.A. Dodgers 2
THURS., OCT. 20Cubs 8, L.A. Dodgers 4
SAT., OCT. 22Cubs 5, L.A. Dodgers 0

Division Series

DATESERIES
THURS., OCT. 6Toronto 10, Texas 1
THURS., OCT. 6Cleveland 5, Boston 4
FRI., OCT. 7Toronto 5, Texas 3
FRI., OCT. 7Cleveland 6, Boston 0
FRI., OCT. 7L.A. Dodgers 4, Washington 3
FRI., OCT. 7Cubs 1, San Francisco 0
SAT., OCT. 8Cubs 5, San Francisco 2
SUN., OCT. 9Washington 5, L.A. Dodgers 2
SUN., OCT. 9Toronto 7, Texas 6
MON., OCT. 10Washington 8, L.A. Dodgers 3
MON., OCT. 10Cleveland 4, Boston 3
MON., OCT. 10San Francisco 6, Cubs 5
TUES., OCT. 11L.A. Dodgers 6, Washington 5
TUES., OCT. 11Cubs 6, San Francisco 5
THURS., OCT. 13L.A. Dodgers 4, Washington 3

Wild-card round

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2016 ALCS TV Schedule For Cleveland Indians, Toronto Blue Jays

The 2016 ALCS begins Friday, Oct 14 as the Cleveland Indians host the Toronto Blue Jays. Here’s a tentative schedule.

Game 1 will be in Cleveland and will air nationally on TBS. The cabe channel owns the rights to the American League playoffs.

A TBS app can be downloaded for Amazon Fire TV and Apple TV, however you will need a cable subscription and password to view the game.

Unfortunately, Cleveland fans will have to endure more poor TBS coverage. The network showed a whole 15 seconds of the Indians locker-room celebration, instead deciding to pay homage at the David Ortiz throne. We all know Papi is great. But this was the Indians’ moment. Way to be oblivious, TBS.

It’s also a joke that producers still think its funny to make “burning river” jokes about Cleveland.

They couldn’t even find a burning river. Instead, they had to put their studio crew on a postcard with a picture of the burning Moscow River in the background.

It’s weird hearing Ernie Johnson, a great NBA studio host, call play-by-play for the MLB postseason. And Ron Darling? Hit ’em with the Hein!

The only thing the network has going for it is Cal Ripken. I could listen to him analyze a game for hours.

Anyway, Here’s how the schedule breaks down.

Game 1: Friday, Oct. 14. Blue Jays @ Indians. Time: 8 p.m.

Game 2: Saturday, Oct. 15. Blue Jays @ Indians. Time: 4 p.m.

Game 3: Monday, Oct. 17 Indians @ Blue Jays. Time: 8 p.m..

Game 4: Tuesday, Oct. 18. Indians @ Blue Jays. Time: 4 p.m.

Game 5 (If Necessary): Wednesday, Oct. 19. Indians @ Blue Jays. Time: 4 p.m.

Game 6 (If Necessary): Friday, Oct. 21. Blue Jays @ Indians. Time: 8 p.m.

Game 7 (If Necessary): Saturday, Oct. 22. Blue Jays @ Indians. Time: TBD

Next: ALCS: 5 Reasons The Indians Will Beat The Blue Jays

The Indians are playing in their first ALCS since 2007. The Blue Jays were in the ALCS a season ago, losing to the Kansas City Royals.

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Alcs schedule 2016

The 2016 American League Championship Series features two teams with long waits since last reaching the World Series. This best-of-7 series will end a long drought for either the Toronto Blue Jays or Cleveland Indians, who open their showdown on Friday night at Progressive Field in Cleveland.

The Blue Jays are in the ALCS for a second straight season, but are looking for their first trip to the World Series since winning back-to-back championships in 1992-93. The Indians are in the ALCS for the first time since 2007, and are seeking their first Fall Classic trip since 1997.

Cleveland last won the World Series in 1948.

The American League Central champion Indians (94-67) have home-field advantage over the Wild Card-winning Blue Jays (89-73). The Indians won four of the seven matchups between the two teams during the regular season, including taking two of three games in Cleveland from Aug. 19-21. They split four games in Toronto from June 30 to July 3.

Both teams swept their way through the American League Division Series, with Cleveland eliminating the Red Sox and the Blue Jays sending the Rangers packing. In addition, Toronto beat the Orioles in the American League Wild Card Game.

Corey Kluber gets the call in the series opener for Cleveland, followed by Trevor Bauer and Josh Tomlin. Indians manager Terry Francona said on Wednesday that Mike Clevinger would likely start Game 4, depending on his possible usage out of the bullpen in the first few games of the series.

Marco Estrada will start Game 1 for the Blue Jays. He is 3-1 with a 1.95 ERA in four postseason starts for Toronto since the start of the 2015 playoffs, including pitching into the ninth inning in a win at Texas in Game 1 of the ALDS on Oct. 6.

"All I know, you look back at the last couple of years, how good Marco has been for us in big games, playoff games, and really two straight years of regular-season games," Blue Jays manager John Gibbons told Gregor Chisholm of MLB.com.

TBS will televise the ALCS, with Ernie Johnson on play-by-play joined in the booth by analysts Ron Darling and Cal Ripken Jr., plus reporter Sam Ryan on the broadcast as well.

MLB has announced game times for both Championship Series through Monday, with the ALCS getting the day game on Saturday and the NLCS in prime time. Start times for the rest of the series will be announced at a later date.

ALCS schedule

All times ET

Game 1: Friday, Oct. 14: Blue Jays at Indians, 8:08 p.m.
Game 2: Saturday, Oct. 15: Blue Jays at Indians, 4:08 p.m.
Game 3: Monday, Oct. 17: Indians at Blue Jays, 8:08 p.m.
Game 4: Tuesday, Oct. 18: Indians at Blue Jays, TBD
Game 5*: Wednesday, Oct. 19: Indians at Blue Jays, TBD
Game 6*: Friday, Oct. 21: Blue Jays at Indians, TBD
Game 7*: Saturday, Oct. 22: Blue Jays at Indians, TBD

*if necessary

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ALCS Schedule 2016: Dates, TV Schedule, Early Odds and Pick

Josh Donaldson has led the Blue Jays to their second straight ALCS appearance.
Josh Donaldson has led the Blue Jays to their second straight ALCS appearance.Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images

No matter who wins the upcoming American League Championship Series, the Toronto Blue Jays or Cleveland Indians will inject the World Series with fresh blood.

After winning the title in 1993, the Blue Jays went 21 seasons without a playoff berth until last year. After falling short against the Kansas City Royals in 2015, they have another chance to advance beyond the ALCS.

Cleveland, meanwhile, hasn't made it this far since 2007, when it squandered a 3-1 lead against the Boston Red Sox.

Which franchise will take one more step toward reversing years of misfortune? Let's break down the fight for the AL crown after running through the series schedule and updated World Series odds, courtesy of Odds Shark:

ALCS Schedule
1Friday, Oct. 148 p.m.Blue Jays at IndiansTBS
2Saturday, Oct. 154 p.m.Blue Jays at IndiansTBS
3Monday, Oct. 178 p.m.Indians at Blue JaysTBS
4Tuesday, Oct. 18TBDIndians at Blue JaysTBS
5*Wednesday, Oct. 19TBDIndians at Blue JaysTBS
6*Friday, Oct. 21TBDBlue Jays at IndiansTBS
7*Saturday, Oct. 22TBDBlue Jays at IndiansTBS
Updated Odds
Toronto Blue Jays9-4
Cleveland Indians15-4

ALCS Preview

Andrew Miller threw four scoreless innings during the ALDS.
Andrew Miller threw four scoreless innings during the ALDS.Michael Ivins/Boston Red Sox/Getty Images

Cleveland and Toronto finished the season ranked No. 7 and No. 9, respectively, in team OPS. They both flexed their power during American League Division Series sweeps; the Indians went deep five times, while the Blue Jays belted eight home runs.

Yet their stellar pitching especially stands out against tough opponents. The Blue Jays—who led the AL in ERA, one spot ahead of the Indians—limited the Texas Rangers to 10 runs despite both squads hosting games in hitter's parks.

The Indians faced a steep challenge against Boston's MLB-best offense without Carlos Carrasco and Danny Salazar, two of their three best starting pitchers.

Challenge accepted.

They held the Red Sox to seven runs and recorded 31 strikeouts.

Without his usual No. 2 and No. 3 starters flanking ace Corey Kluber, manager Terry Francona must continue to rely heavily on his bullpen. In the previous round, he asked star reliever Andrew Miller to deliver a two-inning outing twice.

Miller, who recorded a 1.45 ERA, a 0.69 WHIP, 123 strikeouts and nine walks during the regular season, delivered four scoreless innings. 

In Fox Sports' studio, Alex Rodriguez called his former New York Yankees teammate "the best reliever in the game":

Francona's usage worked out perfectly, as Kluber and Cleveland's offense made sure they didn't need Miller during a 6-0 victory in Game 2. In a best-of-seven series against a deeper Blue Jays rotation and a red-hot offense, though, he might not get as lucky.

Despite hopes of Salazar returning, Francona is not counting on having the explosive righty, per the team's Twitter account:

That means rookie Mike Clevinger, who posted a 5.26 ERA without making it through the sixth inning of any outing in the regular season, is in line to start Game 4.

The Blue Jays have no such rotation worries. Marco Estrada, J.A. Happ, Marcus Stroman and AL ERA leader Aaron Sanchez offer four trustworthy choices. While the Indians would have to consider using Kluber on short rest if they go down 2-1 or 3-0, Blue Jays manager John Gibbons can comfortably arrange his four options in any order on a normal schedule.

Toronto's injury concerns lie elsewhere.

Veteran reliever Joaquin Benoit suffered a torn calf during a bench-clearing scrum against the New York Yankees near the season's finish.

Per Sportsnet's Arden Zwelling, he won't return:

Devon Travis' prognosis is better. Despite missing the final two games of the ALDS, the starting second baseman said he is "feeling much better" and should play in Friday's series opener after receiving a cortisone shot in his right knee, per Zwelling.

"Honestly, the biggest thing is pain management," Travis said. "Hopefully [the cortisone] calms it down. I don’t see why I wouldn’t be able to get through this. This is the playoffs. It's something we’ve worked all year for. I’m going to get back in there and do my job."

The offense kept raking without him, but not because of replacement Darwin Barney, who went hitless in both games. Even though he's rolling, inserting Ezequiel Carrera—holder of a .255/.314/.665 slash line—into the leadoff spot isn't the best way to set the table for Josh Donaldson, Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion.

Travis, who hit .300/.332/.454 during his second season in the big leagues, provides a sizable boost despite not walking enough for an optimal No. 1 hitter. Then again, Gibbons might stick with Carrera, who is 6-for-16 with two walks and four runs in the postseason.

Prediction

Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion are both swinging hot bats for the Blue Jays.
Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion are both swinging hot bats for the Blue Jays.Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

The Blue Jays wield a mighty advantage with their starting rotation, especially if the lineup can get to Kluber. The Indians, on the other hand, can unleash Miller and Cody Allen in the bullpen. They're also faster in the field and on the bases.

As the Royals proved last year, a stellar rotation isn't required for postseason success. A solid one helps, though.

With all three star sluggers on fire, look for Toronto's big bats to inflict more damage on Trevor Bauer and Josh Tomlin than Boston could impose. Miller and Allen should narrow the gap, but they won't be able to extinguish all of Cleveland's fires through seven games.

Pick: Blue Jays win in seven games.

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Friday, Oct. 14

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Wednesday, Oct. 19

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