NEW YORK (AP) The NL Championship Series had its largest television audience since 2010 despite lasting just four games.
The New York Mets' sweep of the Chicago Cubs in a matchup of big-market teams averaged 7.9 million viewers on TBS. The network said Thursday that was the most since the six-game Giants-Phillies series five years ago on Fox.
The audience was up 55 percent from last year's four-game ALCS on TBS between the small-market Royals and Orioles.
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