The Colorado Rockies have taken the baseball world by storm.
Now, the baseball world will have to hope early winter storms in Denver don't play havoc with the Fall Classic.
One pitch away from being eliminated from the playoffs late in the season, Colorado has put together one of the greatest runs in Major League Baseball history.
After clinching the NL pennant with a 6-4 victory against the Diamondbacks on Monday night, the Rockies have won 21 of 22 games, including a three-game sweep of the Phillies in the divisional series and a four-game sweep of Arizona.
They joined the 1976 Reds as the only NL squads to open the postseason with seven straight wins.
The Rockies will await the winner of the AL Championship Series between Boston and Cleveland, which the Indians lead 2-1.
With two more games at Jacobs Field, the Indians, who haven't won it all since 1948, are in control of a best-of-seven series that seemed to belong to Boston after the opener. But as they did against the Yankees in the opening round, the Indians are showing they can swing with baseball's big boys.
Paul Byrd takes the mound for Cleveland tonight against Boston's Tim Wakefield in Game 4.