The New York Mets, the Brooklyn Dodgers and the Washington Nationals will all face off in the NLCS.
That’s why MLB has invited some of the best teams in baseball to take on the Nastas in Game 5.
But the games are not on television and, because of the game’s blackout rules, it’s not clear whether the teams will actually be able to watch.
MLB’s commissioner Rob Manfred, however, said Thursday that he has been able to make contact with the teams and that they have agreed to meet for a pregame meeting.
Manfred also told reporters he hopes to announce the teams’ rosters in the next couple of days.
The teams have until Wednesday to make decisions on whether they want to play or not.
They also have until Friday to determine which players they’ll allow to participate.
The Nats, Dodgers and Nationals are all members of the National League East.
The Mets are in the NL Central, which is in the same division as the National Association.
The Nationals are in their division with the Mets and the Dodgers.
The Nats announced Thursday that they will be hosting Game 5, which will be broadcast by Fox.
The Dodgers and Giants will also be in the game.
The Cubs have also been hosting the game, which they are hosting for the first time in 108 years.