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LCS television schedule announced

Major League Baseball has announced television plans for the 2011 League Championship Series. American League games will be on FOX Network while the National League contests will appear on TBS. ESPN Radio will continue to carry all game audio nationally.

Day/Date Game Clubs Net Eastern Time
Sat., Oct. 8th ALCS Game 1 DET @ TEX FOX 7:30/8:05 p.m.
Sun., Oct. 9th NLCS Game 1 STL @ MIL TBS 3:30/4:05 p.m.
ALCS Game 2 DET @ TEX FOX 7:00/7:45 p.m.
Mon., Oct. 10th NLCS Game 2 STL @ MIL TBS 7:30/8:05 p.m.
Tues., Oct. 11th ALCS Game 3 TEX @ DET FOX 7:30/8:05 p.m.
Wed., Oct. 12th ALCS Game 4 TEX @ DET FOX 4:00/4:19 p.m.
NLCS Game 3 MIL @ STL TBS 7:30/8:05 p.m.
Thurs., Oct. 13th ALCS Game 5* TEX @ DET FOX 4:00/4:19 p.m.
NLCS Game 4 MIL @ STL TBS 7:30/8:05 p.m.
Fri., Oct. 14th NLCS Game 5* MIL @ STL TBS 7:30/8:05 p.m.
Sat., Oct. 15th ALCS Game 6* DET @ TEX FOX 7:30/8:05 p.m.
Sun., Oct. 16th NLCS Game 6* STL @ MIL TBS 3:30/4:05 p.m.
If ALCS is complete, then NLCS Game 6 will shift to 8:05 p.m. (ET).
ALCS Game 7* DET @ TEX FOX 7:45/8:05 p.m.
Mon., Oct. 17th NLCS Game 7* STL @ MIL TBS 7:30/8:05 p.m.
* if necessary
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3 Responses to “LCS television schedule announced”

  1. friendmouse says:

    This should be easy! Well…maybe eas-ier. At least on paper, we are finally going to be given a chance to continue to the next step- unlike our quest for the WC and the NLDS wins. But then, maybe we NEED that stress; that motivation to overcome the odds? One big difference (and there are many) between the crew and the Cards…they play with a swagger and an “in your face…we’re going to beat you” attitude, while the Cardinals are much more subdued, relentless, and professional (workman-like) in their approach. I cannot WAIT to see the dynamics of these two quality teams battle each other with more “passion” than they’ve possessed in prevailing over the field to this point. They don’t like us; we don’t like them.
    One VERY frustrating thing to me at this instant (granted…I don’t live in St. Louis and haven’t exhaustively read the on-line StL.Today sports section), but what is Skip’s condition? Will he be able to play anymore this post-season? Nothing I’ve read yet gives any info. Go, Cards!

  2. JumboShrimp says:

    Between series, the Cards can make roster adjustments. Among pitchers, we could replace Westbrook or Boggs with McClellan or even Sanchez. McClellan was annoyed to be left off the first round roster and claims to feel fine now he has had some rest.
    Holiday must have inflamation that is not going to subside until he takes some months off after the season. He is probably getting cortisone and playing through pain. TLR loves guys who play through pain, so it will have to worsen for Matt to be dropped.
    Skip seems a question mark after last night. He could be replaced by a pitcher or by Greene if they prefer another position player.

  3. Brian Walton says:

    ALCS G2 postponed and moved to Monday at 4PM ET.

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