The 2015 World Series is set with the Kansas City Royals set to take on the New York Mets. The Royals needed to six games to finish off the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday night in American League Championship Series, and will face a Mets squad that swept the Chicago Cubs in the National League Championship Series.

The best-of-seven game series begins at Kauffman Stadium on Tuesday night. Since the American League won the All-Star Game, the AL will have home-field advantage

New York won 90 games en route to their first NL East title since 2006. The Mets are making their fifth appearance in the Fall Classic and first since 2000 when they fell to the New York Yankees in a five-game "Subway Series." The Mets last won a championship in 1986 and will be looking for their third in franchise history. Games 3, 4 will be played at Citi Field, as well as Game 5, if necessary. It's the first World Series to have ever taken place at the ballpark.

The Royals won 95 games and the AL Central on their way back to the World Series. It was the second consecutive year Kansas City won the pennant and the fourth time in franchise history. After falling to the San Francisco Giants in seven games in last year's World Series, Ned Yost’s team is undoubtedly looking to complete some unfinished business. Kansas City’s first and only championship came in 1985, a year before the Mets’ most recent title.

The 2015 World Series will be the first one in MLB history featuring two expansion-era teams. Prior to this season, at least one of the original 16 franchises competed in the Fall Classic. The expansion era began in 1961 with the addition of the Los Angeles Angels and Washington Senators to the AL. The NL added the Mets and Houston Colt .45’s (later to be named the Astros) in 1962. The Royals were later added in 1969, the same year that the Mets won their first title.

Below are the times and dates for all seven World Series games:

Game 1—New York at Kansas City

Date: Tuesday, Oct. 27

First Pitch: 8:07 p.m.

TV Channel: FOX

Game 2—New York at Kansas City

Date: Wednesday, Oct. 28

First Pitch: 8:07 p.m.

TV Channel: FOX

Game 3—Kansas City at New York

Date: Friday, Oct. 30

First Pitch: 8:07 p.m.

TV Channel: FOX

Game 4—Kansas City at New York

Date: Saturday, Oct. 31

First Pitch: 8:07 p.m.

TV Channel: FOX

*Game 5—Kansas City at New York

Date: Sunday, Nov. 1

First Pitch: 8:07 p.m.

TV Channel: FOX

*Game 6—New York at Kansas City

Date: Tuesday, Nov. 3

First Pitch: 8:07 p.m.

TV Channel: FOX

*Game 7—New York at Kansas City

Date: Wednesday, Nov. 4

First Pitch: 8:07 p.m.

TV Channel: FOX

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