MLB releases 2017 postseason schedule

Major League Baseball released the 2017 postseason schedule on Tuesday -- and it is similar to last year's, except in one important way: The 113th World Series will begin Oct. 24 on FOX at the home of the league champion with the better regular-season record.

  • Cubs are heavy wait champions!

    Ben Zobrist delivered a tiebreaking RBI double in the 10th inning and Miguel Montero tacked on a critical RBI single, as the Cubs held on for an 8-7 rain-delayed victory over the Indians in a classic Game 7 on Wednesday night at Progressive Field. The North Siders became just the sixth team in a best-of-seven World Series to overcome a 3-1 deficit and win the title, the first for the franchise since 1908.

    11/03/2016 9:22 AM ET

  • Holy now! 108 years later, Cubs best in World

    Maybe when Addison Russell is 24, or Anthony Rizzo's nephew is old enough to watch videos, or Kris Bryant gets a gray hair, the young Cubs players will understand what they did this year.

    11/03/2016 8:34 AM ET

  • Zobrist's heroics net Series MVP honors

    The Cubs won their first World Series since 1908 early Thursday morning with a classic 8-7 Game 7 victory over Cleveland, and they could not have done it without Ben Zobrist. Their now two-time champion jack-of-all-trades was named World Series MVP after an excellent series.

    11/03/2016 8:14 AM ET

  • After World Series Game 7: IRL

    The celebration of the century is underway for the Cubs and their legion of fans. And all it took to end their 108-year championship drought was 10 innings of one of the wildest winner-take-all Game 7s in baseball history.

    11/03/2016 6:19 AM ET

  • Go, Cubs fans, go! Party in Wrigleyville

    Fans started flocking to Wrigley Field around the seventh inning of the Cubs' World Series-clinching victory in Cleveland, marching, running, jumping and yelling down Sheffield Ave. and Clark St.

    11/03/2016 7:25 AM ET



  • World Series documentary unveiled at premiere

    If you're a fan of Ben Zobrist or Anthony Rizzo or anyone on the Cubs, or you want to celebrate David Ross one more time, or just feel the goosebumps from those seven games between the Cubs and Indians again, then you need to watch "The 2016 World Series" film.

    11/23/2016 4:50 AM ET

  • 105-year-old Cubs fan revels in World Series win

    Sometimes the best things in life come at the age of 105.

    11/10/2016 8:50 PM ET

  • The ultimate selfie: Ross captures moment at parade

    What do you do when 5 million fans show up to congratulate you on winning a World Series championship? You take a selfie. That's what David Ross did.

    11/05/2016 12:05 AM ET

  • Cubs invited to White House, SNL

    President Barack Obama may be a White Sox fan, but he applauded the Cubs' first World Series championship since 1908 by inviting manager Joe Maddon and the team to the White House.

    11/04/2016 11:23 PM ET

  • Fans embrace euphoria at World Series parade

    Carl Amrhein has pulled off the near impossible by being both a Cardinals and a Cubs fan during the course of his life. Near-heartbreak turned to euphoria this time, a feeling Amrhein and other Cubs fans have to learn to embrace.

    11/04/2016 10:55 PM ET


  • Former Cubs revel in World Series triumph

    The Cubs' World Series win had as much to do with their history as it did with their breathtaking 8-7 win over the Cleveland Indians in Game 7 on Wednesday night, so it would seem only fitting that the now ex-Lovable Losers included the brightest stars from their past to celebrate.

    11/04/2016 11:10 PM ET

  • Emotional Rizzo salutes fans, Ross

    Anthony Rizzo presented the ball from the final out of Game 7, then saluted David Ross and others.

    11/04/2016 10:23 PM ET

  • Holy crowd! Parade amazes Caray's widow

    Dutchie Caray, who was married to broadcasting legend Harry Caray, moved from one interview stage to another Friday, expressing her joy over the Cubs ending 108 years of championship futility by beating the Indians in seven games.

    11/04/2016 10:31 PM ET

  • Baseball changed on North Side forever

    They poured into the city before sunset, coming from all across the Midwest in cars and on buses. Thousands had flown into town on Thursday, from locations as far away as Puerto Rico, Vietnam and China. Those Cub fans lucky enough to wake up in their own beds rolled out of their North Side brownstones without bothering to eat breakfast.

    11/04/2016 10:17 PM ET

  • Joyful fans part of 7th largest gathering in human history

    It was a blue Friday in Chicago, but it had nothing to do with sadness or any sort of gloomy weather emanating from this great city. The color was connected to the Chicago Cubs.

    11/04/2016 9:16 PM ET