It's almost a dream come true for Scotty McCreery. The soon-to-be 18-year-old will be singing before game one of the World Series, but it looks like his favorite teams won't be there. Last night, he tweeted, "sad night for boston fans... braves fans.. I feel for you too" after both the Red Sox and the Atlanta Braves finished historic collapses that kept them from the playoffs.

"This is sad.. i was hoping for an intense october. now im just gonna watch the playoffs as a baseball fan, and not really get too into it," McCreery continued in his series of tweets about the Red Sox and Braves.

According to Hits Daily Double, McCreery will sing the 'Star Spangled Banner' before game one of the World Series on October 19. The venue is yet to be decided, as the playoffs don't begin until Friday.

The World Series appearance is just one of a long list of places fans can find McCreery next month as he promotes his debut album, 'Clear as Day.' According to a recent press release, he'll be on the 'Today' show on October 3, and 'Live With Regis and Kelly' on October 4. He'll also appear on 'The Tonight Show' and 'Ellen' later next week, before appearing at the Grand Ole Opry on October 11. In addition, he's scheduled to be part of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in November.

After the media blitz is finished, McCreery says he plans to return to Garner High School to finish his senior year. 'Clear as Day' is in stores on October 4.