Details of Nlcs and the Ticket Luck value
Major League Baseball always brings the best of baseball action all over the nation. Baseball, being one of the most watched sports nationwide, also happens to be one of the four major sports in United States. With thirty teams in its roster, Major League Baseball is home for top notch baseball players from around the globe. Abundance of talent flows freely within the league, and that is one of the crucial reasons why MLB's regular season undertakings never fail to surprise as well as thrill a true baseball fan.
The teams in the league are further divided up into two leagues, National League and American League, both having their own set of teams. Before one team from each of the leagues set out to battle for the World Series Championship Title, they initially have to compete for the National League Championship Series or NLCS. These post season endeavors determine a competitor, worthy enough to compete for the World Series. Since the stakes couldn't get any higher and with no room for error, the NLCS tickets will offer nothing but the true dedicated baseball action to all those who live for it.
The Winner of the National League pennant then advances to meet up with the winner of American League pennant in the World Series. These highly structured post season activities were introduced for the very first time back in 1969. Before that, the pennant winner was decided by hovering over to those teams who had the best winning record during its regular season that year. During that period a playoff series, comprising of three games, was played as a tie breaker.
When an organized post season started taking place from 1969, the teams in the league that were restructured within the American and National Leagues, were further split up into two divisions each. The winners from these two divisions would then go on to face off in a best of five series to determine who would take part in the World Series. Hence this also marks the inaugural edition of the NLCS and ALCS. However, this format saw its first minor tweak back in 1985 when the best of five series was changed to best of seven series. Following that change, four out of seven games were played at the home ground of the team that had the home ground advantage. These are the games 1, 2, 6 and 7, while the rest of the games are played at the home ground of team that isn't favored by this advantage.
Each Post Season comes with new hopes and new challenges for each of the teams in the league. This upcoming post season events aren't going to disappoint any of the baseball fans in terms of excitement and adrenaline filled action.