Tigers-Mets Series, just like the one I've never known.
I'm not a Met fan, mostly due to being twelve years old on Long Island in 1986, a fluorescent sea of orange and blue as the Mets were on top of the baseball world and the Yankees were in a down cycle. However, I was glad to see Oliver Pérez come through and the Mets' bats wake up to tie the NLCS 2-2. One team in New York had to start hitting again.
And I have to tip my cap to the Tigers, actually my second-favorite team (if we're allowed such things) since the heyday of Whittaker and Trammel. Kenny Rogers is pitching out of his mind and the Tigers baserunning can catch anyone napping.