A Guy’s Guide for Watching the MLB Playoffs

It’s that time of year again. The air is getting crisper, the leaves are changing colors and the MLB playoffs are upon us. We all know the best way to enjoy these games is by watching them at a bar with your friends. But what if you can’t make it out to one?

Don’t worry, I got you covered. Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch the playoffs so it feels like you’re right there in the action.

What to Drink:

The drink of choice for many baseball fans is beer. But beer can be difficult to keep track of while you’re watching a game. That’s why I recommend hard liquor instead. A few shots of whiskey or vodka will ensure you stick around for the full nine innings without having to get up from your seat every few minutes to take a piss.

What to Eat:

Baseball isn’t complete without some peanuts and a hot dog, but eating all that crap during the game is a surefire way to slow down your digestion and make it hard for you to focus on what’s going on down on the field. That’s why I recommend eating nothing but steak for

The MLB playoffs are right around the corner and it’s time to start preparing. I don’t mean that you need to get your tickets or start rooting for a team – although if you want to do those things, go ahead. This guide is for everyone else – the beer-drinking, ballgame-loving guys (and girls!) who want to know what to look for when they’re watching baseball in October. You see, it is not enough to just turn on the game and casually enjoy it. The best way to watch baseball is with an understanding of the context of the game and players’ roles.

I have been a baseball fan for most of my life. I grew up playing little league and even played college ball. I got into coaching after that, but ended up leaving that behind me as well. Through all of these experiences, I have learned a great deal about this sport – more than an average fan would know. Baseball has become my passion and my true love. For me, there is no better game than baseball.

Because I know so much about this game, it can sometimes be hard for me to enjoy watching baseball games with people who don’t understand the nuances of the game like I do.

Welcome to the 2013 MLB playoffs! The baseball season has dwindled down to 10 teams for the right to play in October and we’re here to help you figure out how to enjoy every moment. This isn’t some stuffy guide on how to keep score in a notebook. We’re going to explain everything from the basics of what makes a good ballpark dog, where you can get a good beer at the stadium, and the best ways to impress your friends with your baseball knowledge.

So here are 10 things you need to know about this year’s MLB playoffs.

1. How It Works:

The ten postseason teams are divided into two leagues — the American League (AL) and National League (NL). Each league has three division winners plus two wild card teams that come from each league. The wild card teams are the top two non-division winning teams with the best record in each league. The division winners have each won their respective divisions, which is determined by having more wins than other teams in their division during the regular season, which lasts 162 games for every team.

Once the playoffs start, it’s simple: win or go home. Both leagues play a best of five series to determine the champions, who

So you want to watch the baseball playoffs? Great! You are in for one heck of a ride (or at least I hope so). I’m here to tell you what to watch for in the playoffs, and how to make sure you get the most out of your viewing experience.

First, a few words about the playoffs. The MLB doesn’t use a bracket system like March Madness or the World Cup. Instead, it uses what is called “series play”. This means that two teams will play each other in several games until one team wins three games (best of five) or four games (best of seven). These series are played consecutively, until one team remains.

This is important to know because of one major difference between series play and a single game: momentum can be more important than past results. If one team loses game 1 7-1 but wins game 2 4-3, then there is no telling who will win game 3. This is not true in regular sports like football or basketball where each game stands alone from the last.

In baseball there will be times when momentum shifts from one team to another, so it is important to pay attention throughout the whole series and not just focus on what happened in the first game

If you’re new to baseball, or just want a refresher on the rules, check out our Baseball 101 series. We will be posting a new part in the series every day until the playoffs begin.

Baseball is an extremely complex game, and we realize that not everyone has grown up with it like most Americans have. If you’re from another country, or are just busy with other sports and don’t pay attention to baseball that much, this playoff guide is for you!

Baseball is a long season. 162 games long. By the time the playoffs roll around, there are only ten teams left in contention for the World Series—two teams come from each league (American and National), and then one wild card team from each league (the two best of the remaining eight teams). The best team in their respective leagues get home field advantage for their entire playoff series. This means that if they win the first two games at home, they can clinch at home as well.

This year’s Wild Card teams are New York Yankees and Houston Astros from the American League (AL), and Los Angeles Dodgers and Pittsburgh Pirates from the National League (NL).

The American League consists of 15 teams divided into three divisions: East,

As a guy, I like to think I know some things about watching baseball. I’m interested in the game and have been since I can remember. I played a lot of baseball as a kid, and have attended at least one game a year since I was seven. I live in New York, right by Citi Field, so it would be impossible to live here and not be interested.

With that said, I am not a fan of the Mets or the Yankees. There’s no real reason why, but it just seems like everyone who grows up in New York is either one or the other. Sure, my dad was a Mets fan, but that’s kind of how these things work. You grow up with your parents’ favorite teams until you get old enough to make your own decisions.

Mine was not to pick a team from New York. So as long as these two teams are playing each other, there will be no rooting interest for me. That doesn’t mean that there won’t be an interest for me at all though. And if you don’t care who wins either, here are some things you can do to make watching these games fun:

1) Pick your favorite player on

Watching baseball is easy. You just turn on the TV and watch it, right?

But if you want to get something more out of watching the game than a vague sense of enjoyment, you’re going to have to work a little harder. Don’t worry though, we’ve got your back. With these simple tips and tricks you’ll be able to understand what’s going on during the game, impress your friends, and get that promotion at work.

First: Remember that baseball is a sport. Like other sports, it requires athleticism, skill, concentration and teamwork. So don’t take any of it for granted.

Second: Know the different roles players can have on the team. Pitchers throw pitches in an attempt to get batters out and prevent them from scoring runs; catchers catch pitches thrown by pitchers; first basemen catch throws from infielders and play first base; second basemen catch throws from outfielders and play second base; third basemen catch throws from outfielders and play third base; shortstops catch throws from outfielders and play shortstop; left fielders catch throws from infielders and play left field; center fielders catch throws from infielders and play center field

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