2018 MLB Postseason: Tickets, Match-ups and Game Info

It’s October and after six months, the MLB postseason has finally arrived. Last week, eight teams remained. Today, only four. The 2018 League Championship Series will begin later this week, with the National League’s (Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Milwaukee Brewers) starting on Friday and the American League’s (Houston Astros vs. Boston Red Sox) kicking off on Saturday.

Yesterday, the MLB announced the official starting times for all potential games. You can find a large selection of MLB Playoff tickets as well as game information below.


Game 1: Fri. October 12Los Angeles at Milwaukee8:09 p.m.Tickets
Game 2: Sat. October 13Los Angeles at Milwaukee4:09 p.m.Tickets
Game 3: Mon. October 15Milwaukee at Los Angeles7:39 p.m.Tickets
Game 4: Tue. Octber 16Milwaukee at Los Angeles9:09 p.m.Tickets
Game 5: Wed. October 17 *If Nec.Milwaukee at Los Angeles5:05 p.m.Tickets
Game 6: Fri. October 19 *If Nec.Los Angeles at Milwaukee8:39 p.m.Tickets
Game 7: Saturday, October 20 *If Nec.Los Angeles at Milwaukee9:09 p.m.Tickets



Game 1: Sat. October 13Houston at Boston8:09 p.m.Tickets
Game 2: Sun. October 14Houston at Boston7:09 p.m.Tickets
Game 3: Tue. October 16Boston at Houston5:09 p.m.Tickets
Game 4: Wed. October 17Boston at Houston8:39 p.m.Tickets
Game 5: Thur. October 18 *If Nec.Boston at Houston8:09 p.m.Tickets
Game 6: Sat. October 20 *If Nec.Houston at Boston5:09 p.m.Tickets
Game 7: Sun. October 21 *If Nec.Houston at Boston7:39 p.m.Tickets


If you purchase tickets for an “If Necessary” game and the game does not occur, a refund will occur and you will see this on your card in 7-10 business days. If you have any additional questions or concerns regarding post-season baseball tickets, please email our specialist, [email protected]