THE POSTSEASON REPORT: OCTOBER 6, 2013

by Bill Chuck on October 6, 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
Cardinals (Joe Kelly) at Pirates (Francisco Liriano)
Braves (Julio Teheran) at Dodgers (Hyun-jin Ryu)

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

  • Game 1: Rays 2 Boston Red Sox 12
  • Game 2: Rays 4 Boston Red Sox 7

NOTE: David Ortiz produced the 131st multi-homer game in postseason history, it came five years to the date that Ortiz’ current teammate, Mike Napoli, hit a pair for the Angels against the Red Sox also at Fenway Park. In the two games, the Red Sox have outhit the Rays, 25-12.
Boston leads series 2-0 Home field advantage: Boston

  • Game 1: Detroit Tigers 3 at Oakland A’s 2
  • Game 1: Detroit Tigers 0 at Oakland A’s 1

NOTE: The Tigers haven’t scored since the 1st inning of Game 1. Last night, Stephen Vogt delivered the 117th walkoff hit in postseason history.

READ HOW GOOD GREAT SONNY GRAY WAS LAST NIGHT – My latest on BaseballAnalytics.org

The series is tied 1-1 Home field advantage: Detroit

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

NL Wild Card play-in

Pirates 6 – Reds 2

AL Wild Card play-in

Tampa Bay Rays 4, Cleveland Indians 0

 

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