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Here is upcoming MLB Fall Classic schedule as below:

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Latest MLB World Series News

Update on October 2017:
Dodgers finally earned trip to the World Series since 1988, and Astros made history to win the first historic AL Pennant. It should be more exciting World Series between Dodgers and Astros.

Update on November 2016 -- The most epic World Series Game 7 between Cubs and Indians received the highest rating in last 25 years per CNBC statement, I mean the most watched MLB game in last 25 years. This game for almost 5 hours had been so thrilling and nail-biting! Like I said, fans who paid for World Series ticket definitely got their money's worth!

Update on October 2016:
Chicago Cubs finally beat Dodgers to earn their first trip to the 2016 World Series since 1945. That's last time Cubs have won in 1908, will find out if they could do it again. Shop early and grab the MLB World Series tickets!

The Guide to MLB World Series Tickets

The World Series has been the annual championship series of the highest level of professional baseball in the United States and Canada since 1903, concluding the postseason of Major League Baseball (MLB).

Since the Fall Classic Series takes place in October, sportswriters many years ago dubbed the event the Fall Classic; it is also sometimes known as the October Classic or simply The Series. It is played between the League Championship Series winning clubs from MLB's two circuits, the American League (AL) and National Leagues (NL). The World Series has been played every year since year 1903 with the exception of year 1904 (boycott) and year 1994 (player strike).

MLB World Series tickets had been very strong in demand anywhere every season no matter economic recession exists.

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Update on October 2015:
K.C. Royals were able to get rid of Toronto Blue Jay in ALCS, and returned to World Series again for twice in a row. They are going to play against mighty N.Y. Mets.

Update on October 2015:
N.Y. Mets finally earned trip to the World Series since 2000, Thanks to Danny Murphy's remarkable NLCS performance. They are waiting for either KC Royals or Toronto Blue Jay.

Update on October 2014:
It should be very interesting World Series between K.C. Royals and S.F. Giants. Royals finally reached World Series for first time since 1985. Giants made third trips to the fall classic since 2010.

Update on October 2013:
It's very interesting October rivalry between Boston Red Sox and St Louis Cards, because they play each other in World Series for fourth time.

Update on October 2013:
The 2013 MLB World Series will be Red Sox / Tigers vs. Dodgers / Cardinals.

Update on August 2012:
Presently, MLB teams have great chance to reach the 2012 World Series: New York Yankees, Tampa Bay Rays, Chicago White Sox, Detroit Tigers, Texas Rangers, Anaheim Angels, Oakland Athletics, Baltimore Orioles, Washington Nationals, Atlanta Braves, Cincinnati Reds, St Louis Cardinals, Pittsburgh Pirates, San Francisco Giants, and Los Angeles Dodgers.

Update on October 2011:
St Louis Cardinals were able to turn around and won the 2011 World Series by beating Texas Rangers in 7th game. Rangers really had tough luck twice!

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