MLB Playoffs: Judge, Verlander join fray as 8 teams remain

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MLB Playoffs Judge Verlander
New York Yankees' Aaron Judge follows through on a solo home run, his 62nd of the season, as Texas Rangers catcher Sam Huff, left, and umpire Randy Rosenberg, rear, look on in the first inning of the second baseball game of a doubleheader in Arlington, Texas, Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2022. With the home run, Judge set the AL record for home runs in a season, passing Roger Maris. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

Major League Baseball’s first foray into a best-of-three wild-card round provided its share of memorable moments.

A 15-inning, 432-pitch game. A seven-run comeback win. Joe Musgrove’s ears.

Divisional series’ are best of five

Now it’s on to the division series, which is business as usual with a best-of-five format. The four matchups are Braves-Phillies, Padres-Dodgers, Mariners-Astros and Guardians-Yankees and all of them begin Tuesday.

MLB Playoffs Judge Verlander

The Astros, Yankees, Braves and Dodgers got to rest and watch the wild-card drama round from home, thanks to superior regular season records.