Where to watch today's full slate of post-season baseball.
All four of MLB's Division Series' will be in action today, starting with Game 2 of the American League Division Series between the Boston Red Sox and Houston Astros.
Below, you'll find the full tv schedule for today's American League and National League Division Series. Note: The Division Series is a best of five.
In Game 1, of the ALDS series between the Red Sox and Astros, Houston's 5'6 second baseman Jose Altuve homered three times, propelling the team to an 8-2. Game 2 will get underway today at 2:08pm ET and will air on Fox Sports 1.
The Cleveland Indians shutout the New York Yankees 4-0 in Game 1 last night. The Indians, who had an AL-best 102-60 record this season, will look to take a 2-0 lead over the Yanks today behind their star pitcher, Corey Kluber. CC Sabathia will get the start for New York.
Game 2 between the Indians and Yankees is scheduled to start at 5:08pm ET, it will air on the MLB Network.
NO ONE was better at getting us back on track this year than CC.— New York Yankees (@Yankees) October 6, 2017
He was 9-0 with a 1.71 ERA after a loss. Let's bounce back today! pic.twitter.com/CKfQaC9Pc0
Both of the National League Division Series will open up today, beginning with the Chicago Cubs and the Washington Nationals. Game 1 between the Cubs and Nats will air on TBS, first pitch is schedule for 7:31pm ET.
The defending World Series champs will be throwing right hander Kyle Hendricks. Stephen Strasburg will get the start for Washington.
The late game will feature the NL Wild-Card winning Arizona Diamondbacks against the team with the best record in baseball this season, the Los Angeles Dodgers. Game 1 of the Diamondbacks vs Dodgers series will also air on TBS, first pitch is scheduled for 10:31pm ET.