World News – CA – MLB playoffs: Schedule and scores as Reds-Braves kick off Wednesday’s eight-game playoff manna

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Major League Baseball 2020 playoffs kicked off Tuesday with best of three Wild Card series For the playoffs this year there will be an expanded field with sixteen teams competing Now Wednesday brings us a busy schedule with current games for American League and National League sides

There will be eight games in total, starting in the early afternoon and continuing until late into the night as all games in the Wild Card Series take place in the ball yards of ranking teams higher, there will be no days off during these rounds, meaning there will potentially be as many games on Thursday

Dodgers and Rays are NL and AL top seeds respectively The Yankees face Cleveland in the first round, while the Marlins, Padres and White Sox ended long droughts in playoffs to go in October Here’s the full schedule for the best of three Wild Card series on Wednesday Games on ESPN and ESPN2 can be streamed via fuboTV (try for free)

Reds and Braves Wild Card Series to feature two of baseball’s best pitchers As the Braves enter the playoffs after a third straight National League Eastern title, they will need to start their attack early against Bauer

The Twins will look to Berrios in what is now an elimination match and also another attempt to break the club’s record, a 17-game losing streak, dating back to the 2004 ALDS losing streak in the playoffs was already the longest in MLB history

Young Marlins face veteran Cubs in Series opener Wednesday This is the Marlins’ third playoff appearance; they’ve never lost a postseason series in franchise history In Miami’s previous two – 1997 and 2003 – they won the World Series title The Cubs – making their fifth trip to the playoffs in six years – hope their entire roster will continue to heat up after the club have scored 25 points in their last three games of the regular season

With Keuchel on the mound, the White Sox have a chance to face the A’s another early exit to the playoffs In Game 1, Lucas Giolito flirted with perfect play before finally combining with three relievers on a three hitters and a 4-1 win

Rays’ Glasnow will look to follow Blake Snell’s performance in Game 1 as he tries to end Toronto’s very powerful attack Meanwhile, the Blue Jays are hoping Ryu – their big offseason acquisition – can level the best of three series.

Paddack got the Padres nod in Game 1 after injuries to Dinelson Lamet and Mike Clevinger The cards went with Kim rather than Jack Flaherty, in part because the San Diego side are struggling against the left-handed The Padres clinched their first playoff spot since 2006 with a solid 37-23 regular-season record Meanwhile, the Cardinals overcame a coronavirus outbreak that sidelined the club for 15 straight days To surrender in the playoffs, the Cards were forced to play 53 games in 44 days, including 11 doubles

Game 1 was billed as the best pitching duel of the season with Gerrit Cole facing Shane Bieber, but instead, the Yankees offense blew up Cleveland It’s possible Game 2 could make up for it. the non-existent pitching battle, with Tanaka and Carrasco set to take the mound in a potential elimination game for Cleveland Tanaka has been turned off in the playoffs and the veteran has a 176 ERA with 37 strikeouts in eight playoff starts

Milwaukee has decided to participate in a box game in Game 1 of the Wild Card Suter series and his fellow bullpenners will face baseball’s best offense

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World News – CA – MLB Playoffs: Schedule and scores as Reds-Braves kick off Wednesday’s eight-game playoff manna


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