Who's ready for some playoff baseball?
We've survived through the grueling 162-game regular season and 10 teams have the privilege of moving on to the postseason.
And, as we all dreamed it up, we've got some exciting matchups to look forward to, featuring plenty of teams that have never won it all.
Last year's World Series representatives are both back. One team is looking for similar results, while the other is looking for revenge.
And if you can't wait for games to get started, then you're in luck. Postseason play starts up this week, and now you can schedule your entire day around it. Check out the schedule for yourself:
MLB has announced game times and broadcast info for the AL and NL Wild Card games and the first two games of the ALDS and NLDS. pic.twitter.com/cWldInRrLn— Mark Feinsand (@Feinsand) October 2, 2017
Things kick off Tuesday night with the American League Wild Card game between the Yankees and Twins. The next day, we've got the same one-gamer on the National League side with the Rockies and Diamondbacks. Thursday and Friday kick off the beginning of the Division Series, with the Red Sox and Astros always grabbing the earlier affairs.
For anyone wondering, the format for the MLB playoffs is a little bit different than most sports. The Wild Card Game is winner-take-all, followed by a best-of-five Division series, then two best-of-sevens to determine the winner of the whole shebang.
It's one of the best times of the year and one you can't miss. Expect another exciting postseason you can set your watch to.