MLB announces 2017 postseason schedule


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Ken Blaze - USA Today Sports
Ken Blaze - USA Today Sports

The Chicago Cubs are in a dogfight in the divisional race in the National League Central division. The North Siders are trying to make the playoffs to have the opportunity to win back-to-back World Series.

Major league baseball released its postseason schedule on Tuesday. The National League Division Series which the Cubs could play in will air on FS1 or MLB Network.

The 2017 World Series will begin on Oct. 24 on Fox Sports.

Check out the full schedule below.


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