MLB Playoffs Daily: NL joins in for full four-pack of division series showdowns

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The unprecedented level of mayhem we saw in the wild-card round of the MLB playoffs — eight games on one day?! — was fun and all, but in terms of being able to digest a jam-packed day of postseason action, a quadrupleheader is just fine, thank you.

That’s what we have Tuesday, with all four division series in play. The National League series openers serve as the endpoints — Braves-Marlins first, Dodgers-Padres last — with the American League series playing Game 2s in between.

Here’s everything you need to get ready: game matchups, odds, a steaming hot take and more.

Key links: Preview | Predictions | Schedule, bracket | Playoff Baseball Classic

What’s on tap

All times Eastern; all series best-of-five played at neutral sites

Game 1: No. 6 Miami Marlins (Sandy Alcantara) at No. 2 Atlanta Braves (Max Fried), 2:08 p.m. in Houston

Both the Braves and Marlins face significant questions about the depth of their starting rotations, which makes it that much more important for them to win when one of their top pitchers is on the mound. Game 1 qualifies, as Atlanta tabs Max Fried, who was

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