All four of the Division Series in the MLB playoffs have been completed after the Red Sox defeated the Yankees [VIDEO]by the score of 4-3 on Tuesday night. They beat New York in four games in their best-of-five series. Boston entered the playoffs with the best odds to win the World Series [VIDEO].

None of the four Division Series needed to be extended to a do-or-die Game 5. In addition to the Red Sox winning in four games, the Astros swept the Indians, the Brewers swept the Rockies, and the Dodgers defeated the Braves in four games.

MLB.com announced the schedule for both the ALCS and NLCS on Wednesday. The NLCS begins on Friday when the Dodgers go on the road to take on the Brewers at 8:09 p.m.

ET. The ALCS starts on Saturday at 8:09 p.m. ET as the Red Sox will start at home against the Astros.

Here are the MVPs for each Division Series winner (for one team, the MVP has to go to a multitude of players).

Boston Red Sox - J.D. Martinez

Martinez began the series with the Yankees hitting a three-run home run in the bottom of the first inning of Game 1. He ended the four-game series going 5-14 (.357 average) with a homer, six RBIs, three walks, and no strikeouts. He recorded at least one hit in each game.

Houston Astros - Alex Bregman

The Astros enjoyed a three-game sweep over the Indians, and all Bregman did in the series was go 5-9 (.555 average) at the plate. He went deep in each of the first two games and walked four times in the series (with only strikeout). His two-run homer in Game 1 got the scoring going in what was a scoreless tie in the bottom of the fourth inning.

Los Angeles Dodgers - Clayton Kershaw

Kershaw entered the postseason with a career ERA of 4.35 in 24 playoff appearances (19 starts) with the Dodgers. That is nearly a full two runs higher than the career 2.39 ERA in the regular season that the three-time NL Cy Young winner owns. In Game 2, Kershaw completely stifled the Braves' bats as he allowed just two hits without a walk in eight innings which gave Los Angeles a 2-0 series lead.

Milwaukee Brewers - Milwaukee’s pitching staff as a whole

How can you single out just one pitcher? The Brewers gave up just two runs in 28 innings during the three-game series, both of which came off Jeremy Jeffress in the ninth inning of Game 1 (Milwaukee ended up winning in 10 innings, and Jeffress earned the save in the next two games). According to MLB.com, allowing only two runs in a new NLDS record. Their starters in the three games (Brandon Woodruff, Jhoulys Chacin, and Wade Miley) shut out the Rockies in the 12.2 innings they threw.