Watch the MLB Playoffs with a Slingbox: Top 10 Sports

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1. MLB: Cubs at Dodgers
2. MLB: Dodgers at Cubs
3. MLB on FS1 Postgame
4. SportsCenter
5. MLB: Indians at Blue Jays
6. MLB: Blue Jays at Indians
7. Futbol Mexicano Primera Divisionz
8. Futbol UEFA Liga de Campeones
9. NASCAR Racing
10. UEFA Champions League Soccer

As baseball gets closer and closer to the World Series, UEFA Champions League Soccer is making their way back onto our top 10 list. On Monday, the Cleveland Indians swept the Toronto Blue Jays after a 4-2 win in Toronto. The Cleveland Indians will go on to fight either the Chicago Cubs or the LA Dodgers who are tied 2 to 2 in their league championship series. Will Cleveland bring one back home for the land? Will the Cubs finally end the Billy Goat curse? Or, will the Dodgers be able to take down the power hitting Cubs to make it to the World Series? If you are away from home, or even at your home for that matter, tune into tonight’s game on FS1 with your Slingbox and see who will lead the series 3 to 2.

Even with the MLB Playoffs in full effect, the UEFA Champions League Soccer manages to clinch a spot on our list. Yesterday, Atletico Madrid beat Bayern Munich 1 to 0. Currently all of the different teams are in the grouping stage where they take on different teams in each group. Around mid December the knockout phase begins, and this is similar to the playoffs. The knockout phase will go on till about late April where the semi finals and then finals will take place. Who will become the UEFA champions league winner?

We’ll be back next week with more top tens.

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2 comments on “Watch the MLB Playoffs with a Slingbox: Top 10 Sports

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