Major League Baseball's Divisional playoff series continue on Wednesday with Game Two in both American league match-ups and the opening game of the National League's best-of-five series between the Houston Astros and the host Atlanta Braves.

The NL wild card Astros may have an uphill battle as they face the East Division champion Braves. Atlanta won five of the six regular season contests between the two teams. Veteran pitcher Andy Pettite will start for Houston, while Atlanta will counter with Tim Hudson.

In the American League, the Chicago White Sox host the Boston Red Sox in Game Two of their series. Chicago took Game One 14-2 Tuesday, and send Mark Buehrle to the mound Wednesday. David Wells is the starting pitcher for Boston.

The New York Yankees will try to take a two games to none lead on the road as they face the Los Angeles Angels in Anaheim. The Yankees won the series opener 4-2 Tuesday. John Lackey will try to shut down New York's batting order, while the Yankees respond by sending Chien-Ming Wang of Taiwan to the mound.

Some information for this report provided by AP.