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How to watch, follow Dodgers-Cardinals NLCS on TV, radio

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Want to watch or listen to Dodgers vs. Cardinals? Here is how, when and where to do it.

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The National League Championship Series gets underway on Friday night in St. Louis, with the Dodgers and Cardinals facing off in Game 1 at Busch Stadium. Here is how to follow the NLCS on television, radio and online.

TV: The entire best-of-7 series will be televised by TBS. We get the same crew as the NLDS, with Ernie Johnson on play-by-play, Ron Darling and Cal Ripken as analysts, and the taller-in-person Craig Sager reporting. TBS will also have a studio show both 30 minutes before and immediately following each game, with Keith Olbermann, Tom Verducci, Pedro Martinez and Gary Sheffield.

Local radio: Vin Scully will call the first three and last three innings of every game on KLAC 570 AM and the Dodgers radio network. Charley Steiner and Rick Monday will call innings four through six.

Spanish radio: Jaime Jarrin, Pepe Yniguez and Fernando Valenzuela for KTNQ 1020 AM.

National radio: ESPN Radio has the call, with Dan Shulman and Orel Hershiser.

Online: Via subscription, can follow through MLB Gameday Audio or Postseason.tv

Box scores: SB Nation or MLB Gameday