THE POSTSEASON REPORT: OCTOBER 5, 2013

by Bill Chuck on October 5, 2013

NATIONAL LEAGUE DIVISION SERIES

  • Game 1: Pittsburgh 1 St. Louis Cardinals 9
  • Game 2: Pittsburgh 7 St. Louis Cardinals 1

Series is tied 1-1 Home field advantage: Pittsburgh

  • Game 1: Los Angeles Dodgers 6 Atlanta Braves 1
  • Game 2: Los Angeles Dodgers 3 Atlanta Braves 4

Series is tied 1-1 Home field advantage: Los Angeles

Sunday, Oct. 6

Game 3: St. Louis Cardinals at Pittsburgh – Sunday, 4:30 p.m. ET, TBS
Game 3: Atlanta Braves at Los Angeles Dodgers – Sunday, 8 p.m. ET, TBS

Monday, Oct. 7

Game 4: St. Louis Cardinals at Pittsburgh – Monday, 3 p.m. ET, TBS
Game 4: Atlanta Braves at Los Angeles Dodgers – Monday, 9:30 p.m. ET, TBS

Wednesday, Oct. 9

Game 5: Pittsburgh at St. Louis Cardinals* – Wednesday, 5 p.m. ET, TBS
Game 5: Los Angeles Dodgers at Atlanta Braves* – Wednesday, 8:30 p.m. ET, TBS

AMERICAN LEAGUE DIVISION SERIES

Friday, Oct. 4

Game 1: Rays 2 Boston Red Sox 12
Boston leads series 1-0 Home field advantage: Boston
NOTE: Game 2 seems to be a must win for the Rays. The Sox did not have a four-game losing streak all season and only lost three in a row five times; only twice since mid-May.

Game 1: Detroit Tigers 3 at Oakland A’s 2
(Kudos to the OAK/DET broadcasting team of Don Orsillo, Dennis Eckersley, and Buck Martinez. I only wish they were the lead team throughout the World Series)
Detroit leads series 1-0 Home field advantage: Detroit

Saturday, Oct. 5

Game 2: Rays at Boston Red Sox – 5:37 p.m. (TBS)
Game 2: Detroit Tigers at Oakland A’s – 9:07 p.m. (TBS)

Rays (David Price) at Red Sox (John Lackey)
Tigers (Justin Verlander) at A’s (Sonny Gray)

Monday, Oct. 7

Game 3: Boston Red Sox at Rays – 6 p.m. ET, TBS
Game 3: Oakland A’s at Detroit Tigers – 1 p.m. ET, MLBN

Tuesday, Oct. 8

Game 4: Rays at Boston Red Sox* – 8:30 p.m. ET, TBS
Game 4: Detroit Tigers at Oakland A’s* – 5 p.m. ET., TBS

Thursday, Oct. 10

Game 5: Rays at Boston Red Sox* – 8:30 p.m. ET, TBS
Game 5: Detroit Tigers at Oakland A’s* – 9 p.m. ET, TBS

AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES (FOX)

Saturday, Oct. 12
Game 1: Lower seed at higher seed
Sunday, Oct. 13
Game 2: Lower seed at higher seed

Tuesday, Oct. 15
Game 3: Higher seed at lower seed

Wednesday, Oct. 16
Game 4: Higher seed at lower seed

Thursday, Oct. 17
Game 5: Higher seed at lower seed*

Saturday, Oct. 19
Game 6: Lower seed at higher seed*

Sunday, Oct. 20
Game 7: Lower seed at higher seed*

NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES (TBS)

Friday, Oct. 11
Game 1: Lower seed at higher seed

Saturday, Oct. 12
Game 2: Lower seed at higher seed

Monday, Oct. 14
Game 3: Higher seed at lower seed

Tuesday, Oct. 15
Game 4: Higher seed at lower seed

Wednesday, Oct. 16
Game 5: Higher seed at lower seed*

Friday, Oct. 18
Game 6: Lower seed at higher seed*

Saturday, Oct. 19
Game 7: Lower seed at higher seed*

WORLD SERIES (FOX)

Wednesday, Oct. 23
Game 1: National League champion at American League champion

Thursday, Oct. 24
Game 2: National League champion at American League champion

Saturday, Oct. 26
Game 3: American League champion at National League champion

Sunday, Oct. 27
Game 4: American League champion at National League champion

Monday, Oct. 28
Game 5: American League champion at National League champion*

Wednesday, Oct. 30
Game 6: National League champion at American League champion*

Thursday, Oct. 31
Game 7: National League champion at American League champion*

* If necessary

Times to be announced; all times listed ET

 

ESPN Radio will carry every postseason game, and live-streamed on ESPNRadio.com.

How we got here

Tuesday, Oct. 1

Pirates 6 – Reds 2

Wednesday, Oct. 2

Tampa Bay Rays 4, Cleveland Indians 0

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