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In 2021, the MLB regular season ends on Sunday, October 3rd.

The World Series playoffs begin two days later on Tuesday, October 5th with the first two games (on Tuesday and Wednesday) serving as the single elimination wild-card games.

(See the complete 2021 World Series TV schedule, below)

The best-of-five game Division series starts the next day on Thursday, October 7th, followed by the League Championship Series beginning on Friday, October 15th.

Complete television coverage of the 2021 MLB playoff series will be shared by traditional broadcasters ESPN, TBS, FOX, and FS1.

The 2021 World Series will be televised exclusively on FOX starting Tuesday, October 26, 2021 with a possible final Game 7 airing Wednesday November 3rd.

As the Boys of October take to the field, check out the full TV schedule as it is announced, along with world series trivia and related resources just up ahead:


Atlanta WINS series 4-2 to become 2021 World Series Champions





Tue. Oct. 26

Atlanta Braves 6, Houston Astros 2 - FINAL

8 PM


Wed. Oct. 27

Houston Astros 7, Atlanta Braves 2 - FINAL

8 PM


Fri. Oct. 29

Atlanta Braves 2, Houston Astros 0 - FINAL

8 PM


Sat. Oct. 30

Atlanta Braves 3, Houston Astros 2 - FINAL

8 PM


Sun. Oct. 31

Houston Astros 9, Atlanta Braves 5 - FINAL

8:15 PM


Tue. Nov 2

Atlanta Braves 7, Houston Astros 0 - FINAL

8 PM



Baseball World Series Fun Facts

willie mays' catch during the 1954 world series
"The Greatest Catch Ever Made,"
Willie Mays, 1954 World Series.

The very first World Series was a best of nine game series in 1903 (Boston beat the Pirates 5-3.)

• The New York Yankees hold the record for the most World Series wins, with a total of 27 championship titles.

• "The Greatest Catch Ever Made" was during the 1954 World Series when Giant's center fielder Willie Mays made his fabled running leap for a 460-foot shot from Indians' slugger Vic Wertz.

• Yankee Don Larsen pitched the only perfect game in World Series history. The no-hitter occurred in Game 5 of the 1956 World Series.

• The most storied underdogs in baseball, the Amazin' Mets climbed out of the basement to beat the heavily favored Baltimore Orioles for the championship title in 1969. In total, the Mets have reached the World Series four times in franchise history (1969, 1973, 1986 and 2000).

• San Francisco was rockin' in 1989 when a devastating earthquake hit the Bay Area during Game 3. The game was postponed for 10 days before Oakland went on to sweep the series.

also see in Sports-> Why It's Called the World Series

More about the World Series around the Web:

Around the Web, follow your favorite teams to see who's in and who's out in the division series on the road to the World Series, along with detailed results & scores, great coverage of the history of the World Series, its teams and players, stats and record-breaking performances ...:

FOX Sports - Major League Baseball - The official TV broadcast station of the major league World Series games with stats, schedules, scores & results along with the latest headline news & rumors including video highlights, photos, fantasy baseball.

Major League Baseball
- Get right to the meat and potatoes of who's in competition for the pennant championship with this site's chart showing the current standings of each team in the majors -- updated daily during the season.

Baseball Prospectus - Opinions on which teams are cracking the stats it takes to win the playoffs and get to the championship games. Analysis of players, positions and historical comparisons make for interesting and informative reading. This site has a section for fantasy managers who want to keep up with their players info and tradeability.

World Series History - From famous ejections - to the MVPs from seasons past - check out major league history, trivia and World Series fun facts at Baseball

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