MLB Declares Its Postseason a 'Remix' to Celebrate Its Largest Field Ever in New Campaign

The league continues to market its young superstars in the spot

In one of the weirdest Major League Baseball seasons ever in which teams played 60 games in just 66 days, pitchers no longer hit and extra-inning games started with a runner on second base, MLB kicked off its postseason with a campaign that celebrates what might be the biggest departure from tradition yet: a 16-team playoff field.