With the regular season concluded, all that's left to do is wait for Friday and the postseason.
Here's how it'll look.
- Byes: No. 1 Houston Astros and No. 2 New York Yankees
- Wild Card Series: No. 5 Seattle Mariners at No. 4 Toronto Blue Jays
- Wild Card Series: No. 6 Tampa Bay Rays at No. 3 Cleveland Guardians
The Wild Card Series will be three games all in the same ballpark with no travel. There won't be re-seeding, either, so the winner of the Rays-Guardians series faces the Yankees in the ALDS while the Mariners-Blue Jays winner heads to Houston.
- Byes: No. 1 Los Angeles Dodgers and No. 2 Atlanta Braves
- Wild Card Series: No. 5. San Diego Padres at No. 4 New York Mets
- Wild Card Series: No. 6. Philadelphia Phillies at No. 3 St. Louis Cardinals
As noted, there isn't re-seeding after the first round. It's a locked bracket, so the winner of the Padres-Mets gets the Dodgers in the NLDS while the winner of the Phillies-Cardinals series gets the defending champion Braves.
The individual game times haven't been assigned yet, but we know all four Wild Card Series will be played Friday, Saturday and, if necessary, the clinching Game 3 would be played Sunday.
Wild Card Series schedule (best-of-three)
Friday, Oct. 7
Game 1: Mets vs. Padres
Game 1: Cardinals vs. Phillies
Game 1: Guardians vs. Rays
Game 1: Blue Jays vs. Mariners
Saturday, Oct. 8
Game 2: Mets vs. Padres
Game 2: Cardinals vs. Phillies
Game 2: Guardians vs. Rays
Game 2: Blue Jays vs. Mariners
Sunday, Oct. 9
Game 3: Mets vs. Padres (if nec.)
Game 3: Cardinals vs. Phillies (if nec.)
Game 3: Guardians vs. Rays (if nec.)
Game 3: Blue Jays vs. Mariners (if nec.)
Game 1 of all four divisional series will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 11..