2020 Schedules For MLB Playoffs, NLCS – ALCS Series


2020 Schedules For MLB Playoffs, NLCS - ALCS Series

Only four of the best teams remain in the 2020 MLB postseason after the dominant teams eliminated all participants in this year’s regular season. The League Championship Series approaches with matchups featuring the Houston Astros, Tampa Bay Rays, Atlanta Braves, and Los Angeles Dodgers.

The Braves and Dodgers will vie for a spot in the NLCS. The Dodgers lead the series, but the Braves stormed back in game 3 with their first win. In the ALCS, the Rays hold a 3-1 lead over the Astros.

Due to the pandemic, the MLB heavily adjusted the schedule and format of the playoffs. The MLB will now hold the final three rounds of the 16-team 2020 postseason through the Division Series, League Championship Series, and World Series at neutral-site locations in Arlington, Houston, San Diego, and Los Angeles. Nevertheless, expect Bitcoin sportsbooks to deliver non-stop MLB odds.

Here are the complete schedules of all remaining MLB games and series in 2020:

League’s Championship Series (best-of-seven; ONGOING)

Date – Series/Game – Matchup – Venue

Thurs., Oct. 15 – ALCS Game 5 – Rays vs Astros – San Diego

Thurs., Oct. 15- NLCS Game 4 – Dodgers vs Braves – Arlington

*if games 6 and 7 are necessary for the two series, the competing teams will settle the winner on October 16 or 17. The winners of the championship and division series will head to the World Series.

World Series (best-of-seven)

Date – Series/Game – Venue

Tue., Oct. 20 – World Series Game 1 – Arlington

Wed., Oct. 21 – World Series Game 2 – Arlington

Fri., Oct. 23 – World Series Game 3 – Arlington

Sat., Oct. 24 – World Series Game 4 – Arlington

*if games 5, 6, and 7 are necessary, the competing teams will continue the series on October 25, 27, and 28.

League Division Series (best-of-five)

Date – Series/Game – Matchup – Venue

Mon., Oct. 5 – ALDS Game 1- Astros 10, A’s 5 – Los Angeles

Mon., Oct. 5 – ALDS Game 1 – Yankees 9, Rays 3 – San Diego

Tue., Oct. 6 – NLDS Game 1 – Braves 9, Marlins 5 – Houston

Tue., Oct. 6 – ALDS Game 2 – Astros 5, A’s 2 – Los Angeles

Tue., Oct. 6 – ALDS Game 2 – Rays 7, Yankees 5 – San Diego

Tue., Oct. 6 – NLDS Game 1 – Dodgers 5, Padres 1 – Arlington

Wed., Oct. 7 – NLDS Game 2 – Braves 2, Marlins 0 – Houston

Wed., Oct. 7 – ALDS Game 3 – A’s 9, Astros 7 – Los Angeles

Wed., Oct. 7 – ALDS Game 3 – Rays 8, Yankees 4 – San Diego

Wed., Oct. 7 – NLDS Game 2 – Dodgers 6, Padres 5 – Arlington

Thurs., Oct. 8 – NLDS Game 3 – Braves 7, Marlins 0 – Houston

Thurs., Oct. 8 – ALDS Game 4 – Astros 11, A’s 6 – Los Angeles

Thurs., Oct. 8 – ALDS Game 4 – Yankees 5, Rays 1 – San Diego

Thurs., Oct. 8 – NLDS Game 3 – Dodgers 12, Padres 3 – Arlington

Fri., Oct. 9 – ALDS Game 5 – Rays 2, Yankees 1 San Diego

Fri., Oct. 9 – ALDS Game 4 – Astros 11, A’s 6 – Los Angeles

Fri., Oct. 9 – ALDS Game 4 – Yankees 5, Rays 1 – San Diego

Fri., Oct. 9 – NLDS Game 3 – Dodgers 12, Padres 3 – Arlington

Fri., Oct. 9 – ALDS Game 5 – Rays 2, Yankees 1 – San Diego

Wild Card Series (best-of-three)

Date – Series/Game – Matchup – Venue

Tue., Sept. 29 – AL Game 1 – Astros 4, Twins 1 – Target Field

Tue., Sept. 29 – AL Game 1 – White Sox 4, A’s 1 – RingCentral Coliseum

Tue., Sept. 29 – AL Game 1 – Rays 3, Blue Jays 1 – Tropicana Field

Tue., Sept. 29 – AL Game 1 – Yankees 12, Cleveland 3 – Progressive Field

Wed., Sept. 30 – NL Game 1 – Braves 1, Reds 0 – Truist Park

Wed., Sept. 30 – AL Game 2 – Astros 3, Twins 1 – Target Field

Wed., Sept. 30 – NL Game 1 – Marlins 5, Cubs 1 – Wrigley Field

Wed., Sept. 30 – AL Game 2 – A’s 5, White Sox 3 – RingCentral Coliseum

Wed., Sept. 30 – AL Game 2 – Rays 8, Blue Jays 2 – Tropicana Field

Wed., Sept. 30 – NL Game 1 – Cardinals 7, Padres 4 – Petco Park

Wed., Sept. 30 – AL Game 2 – Yankees 10, Cleveland 9 – Progressive Field

Wed., Sept. 30 – NL Game 1 – Dodgers 4, Brewers 2 – Dodger Stadium

Thurs., Oct. 1 – NL Game 2 – Braves 5, Reds 0 – Truist Park

Thurs., Oct. 1 – AL Game 3 – A’s 6, White Sox 4 – RingCentral Coliseum

Thurs., Oct. 1 – NL Game 2 – Padres 11, Cardinals 9 – Petco Park

Thurs., Oct. 1 – NL Game 2 – Dodgers 3, Brewers 0 – Dodger Stadium

Fri., Oct. 2 – NL Game 2 – Marlins 2, Cubs 0 – Wrigley Field

Fri., Oct. 2 – NL Game 3 – Padres 4, Cardinals – Petco Park