The 2020 MLB season will be ending in 20 days or so, and right now, the 60-game schedule is looking tight and this could be a very realistic Postseason if it were to end today.
September 27th will be the last day of the MLB regular season, and these last few days gave us a glimpse of what it could be for the rest of the Postseason.
Let's not forget that these Playoffs will be a whole different from usual, since now 16 teams will be making the Postseason instead of the traditional 10-team competition.Three weeks left. ? pic.twitter.com/pBhKCjTnq0
— MLB (@MLB) September 7, 2020
These Postseason will be pretty exciting, considering that the Washington Nationals, the World Series Champions, would be out of the race, while the Giants and the Dodgers will be facing each other for the first time in MLB Postseason history during the first round.
The fancy Padres will be in the Postseason and looking for the pennant, while the Yankees and the Astros could be facing a potential an ALCS, with Aroldis Chapman looking for some revenge.