American League Championship Series

(Best-of-7)

YANKEES vs. ASTROS

(Series tied 3-3)

Game 1: Houston 2, New York 1

Game 2: Houston 2, New York 1

Game 3: New York 8, Houston 1

Game 4: New York 6, Houston 4

Game 5: New York 5, Houston 0

Friday’s Result: Houston 7, New York 1

Saturday’s Game: New York at Houston, 8:08 p.m. (FS1)

National League Championship Series

DODGERS vs. CUBS

(Los Angeles wins series 4-1)

Game 1: Los Angeles 5, Chicago 2

Game 2: Los Angeles 4, Chicago 1

Game 3: Los Angeles 6, Chicago 1

Game 4: Chicago 3, Los Angeles 2

Game 5: Los Angeles 11, Chicago 1

World Series

(Best-of-7; x-if necessary)

All Games Televised by Fox

Game 1: TBA at Los Angeles, Tuesday, Oct. 24

Game 2: TBA at Los Angeles, Wednesday, Oct. 25

Game 3: Los Angeles at TBA, Friday, Oct. 27

Game 4: Los Angeles at TBA, Saturday, Oct. 28

x-Game 5: Los Angeles at TBA, Sunday, Oct. 29

x-Game 6: TBA at Los Angeles, Tuesday, Oct. 31

x-Game 7: TBA at Los Angeles, Wednesday, Nov. 1

Brooklyn-L.A. Dodgers Postseason History

World Series (Won 6, Lost 12)

1988 — Beat Oakland Athletics 4-1

1981 — Beat New York Yankees, 4-2

1978 — Lost to New York Yankees, 4-2

1977 — Lost to New York Yankees, 4-2

1974 — Lost to Oakland Athletics, 4-1

1966 — Lost to Baltimore Orioles, 4-0

1965 — Beat Minnesota Twins, 4-3

1963 — Beat New York Yankees, 4-0

1959 — Beat Chicago White Sox, 4-2

1956 — Lost to New York Yankees, 4-3

1955 — Beat New York Yankees, 4-3

1953 — Lost to New York Yankees, 4-2

1952 — Lost to New York Yankees, 4-3

1949 — Lost to New York Yankees, 4-1

1947 — Lost to New York Yankees, 4-3

1941 — Lost to New York Yankees, 4-1

1920 — Lost to Cleveland Indians, 5-2-x

1916 — Lost to Boston Red Sox, 4-1

X-Series was best-of-9

Record — Won 45, Lost 60

League Championship Series (Won 6, Lost 6)

2017 — Beat Chicago, 4-1

2016 — Lost to Chicago Cubs, 4-2

2013 — Lost to St. Louis Cardinals, 4-2

2009 — Lost to Philadelphia Phillies, 4-1

2008 — Lost to Philadelphia Phillies, 4-1

1988 — Beat New York Mets, 4-3

1985 — Lost to St. Louis Cardinals, 4-2

1983 — Lost to Philadelphia Phillies, 3-1

1981 — Beat Montreal Expos, 3-2

1978 — Beat Philadelphia Phillies, 3-1

1977 — Beat Philadelphia Phillies, 3-1

1974 — Beat Pittsburgh Pirates, 3-1

Record — Won 29, Lost 32

Division Championship Series (Won 6, Lost 6)

2017 — Beat Arizona Diamondbacks, 3-0

2016 — Beat Washington National , 3-2

2015 — Lost to New York Mets, 3-2

2014 — Lost to St. Louis Cardinals, 3-1

2013 — Beat Atlanta Braves, 3-1

2009 — Beat St. Louis Cardinals, 3-0

2008 — Beat Chicago Cubs, 3-0

2006 — Lost to New York Mets, 3-0

2004 — Lost to St. Louis Cardinals, 3-1

1996 — Lost to Atlanta Braves, 3-0

1995 — Lost to Cincinnati Reds, 3-0

1981 — Beat Houston Astros, 3-2

Record — Won 22, Lost 23

National League Championship Series MVPs

2017—Justin Turner and Chris Taylor, Los Angeles Dodgers

2016—Javier Baez and Jon Lester, Chicago Cubs

2015—Daniel Murphy, New York Mets

2014—Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants

2013—Michael Wacha, St. Louis Cardinals

2012—Marco Scutaro, San Francisco Giants

2011—David Freese, St. Louis Cardinals

2010—Cody Ross, San Francisco Giants

2009—Ryan Howard, Philadelphia Phillies

2008—Cole Hamels, Philadelphia Phillies

2007—Matt Holliday, Colorado Rockies

2006—Jeff Suppan, St. Louis Cardinals

2005—Roy Oswalt, Houston Astros

2004—Albert Pujols, St. Louis Cardinals

2003—Ivan Rodriguez, Florida Marlins

2002—Benito Santiago, San Francisco Giants

2001—Craig Counsell, Arizona Diamondbacks

2000—Mike Hampton, New York Mets

1999—Eddie Perez, Atlanta Braves

1998—Sterling Hitchcock, San Diego Padres

1997—Livan Hernandez, Florida Marlins

1996—Javy Lopez, Atlanta Braves

1995—Mike Devereaux, Atlanta Braves

1994—Strike

1993—Curt Schilling, Philadelphia Phillies

1992—John Smoltz, Atlanta Braves

1991—Steve Avery, Atlanta Braves

1990—Rob Dibble and Randy Myers, Cincinnati Reds

1989—Will Clark, San Francisco Giants

1988—Orel Hershiser, Los Angeles Dodgers

1987—Jeffrey Leonard, San Francisco Giants

1986—Mike Scott, Houston Astros

1985—Ozzie Smith, St. Louis Cardinals

1984—Steve Garvey, San Diego Padres

1983—Gary Matthews, Philadelphia Phillies

1982—Darrell Porter, St. Louis Cardinals

1981—Burt Hooton, Los Angeles Dodgers

1980—Manny Trillo, Philadelphia Phillies

1979—Willie Stargell, Pittsburgh Pirates

1978—Steve Garvey, Los Angeles Dodgers

1977—Dusty Baker, Los Angeles Dodgers

Calendar

Nov. 13-16 — General managers’ meetings, Orlando, Fla.

Nov. 15-16 — Owners’ meetings, Orlando, Fla.

Dec. 10 — Hall of Fame Modern Baseball committee vote announced, Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

Dec. 11-14 — Winter meetings, Lake Buena Vista, Fla.