Several divisions were not decided until today. Pretty exciting. From MLB, here are the Division Series opening matchups: Tigers at Yankees, 7 p.m. CT Tuesday Only a matter of feet separated a Brandon Inge grand slam from a foul ball on Sunday, and as a result the Tigers are not the American League Central champs but instead will head for the Bronx as the AL Wild Card. The Yankees are the AL East winners for the ninth straight year, and begin pursuit of a record 27th world championship by opening against a club they beat five of seven times this season. Athletics at Twins, 12 p.m. CT Tuesday That Detroit loss at KC marked a colossal turnaround for a Twins team that mastered the turnaround in 2006, giving Minnesota the division title and a chance to open in the Metrodome with AL Cy Young favorite Johan Santana. It marks the fifth postseason trip in seven years for an Oakland club that easily won the AL West. Cardinals at Padres, 3 p.m. CT Tuesday Both clubs won division titles at the last moment. St. Louis lost at home against Milwaukee but claims its third consecutive National League Central title by virtue of Houston's loss in Atlanta. San Diego and Los Angeles finished with victories and identical records, but the Padres win the West by virtue of the better head-to-head record against the Dodgers this season. Amazingly, it all came down to Trevor Hoffman surviving back-to-back homers in the ninth at Arizona and then a disputed play at second base, ending the regular season in stunning fashion. Dodgers at Mets, 3 p.m. CT Wednesday The Mets ran away with the NL East, ending the historic run of division titles by Atlanta. Now the boys from Queens' quest for a 20th-anniversary title celebration begins with an NLDS against the Dodgers, who had to watch the wild final scene at Arizona with bewilderment and now return to the postseason as a Wild Card. Maybe fans are in store for a Tigers-Padres 1984 World Series rematch. Maybe it will be another Subway Series, the way this decade began. Maybe the Cardinals will end their longest drought of titles by avenging their 1987 loss to the Twins. Or maybe we will be reminded of 1988, when Oakland went down to see Kirk Gibson and the Dodgers. It is time to start deciding this stuff, because those are the eight clubs that are in the 2006 Major League postseason. Who do you like for the ALCS & NLCS? World Series? WS Champion?