LOS ANGELES -- Major League Baseball announced the game times for the first two Division Series games of each series, and the Dodgers will open the NLDS against the Cardinals with one day game and one evening game at home.
Game 1 of the NLDS will start at 3:37 p.m. PT at Dodger Stadium on Fox Sports 1, and Game 2 will start at 6:37 p.m.on Saturday, on MLB Network.
Bob Costas, Harold Reynolds, Tom Verducci and Ken Rosenthal will call Game 2 for MLB Network.
Vin Scully will call the first three and final three innings (presumably plus extra innings) of all Dodgers postseason games on the Dodgers radio network, locally on 570 AM. Charley Steiner and Rick Monday will call the middle innings on radio.
Clayton Kershaw will face Adam Wainwright in a stellar Game 1 matchup, one of four games on Friday. The Nationals will host Wednesday's NL Wild Card Game winner at either 9:07 a.m. (if Pittsburgh) or 12:07 p.m. (if San Francisco), also on Fox Sports 1. A pair of Games 2 in the ALDS will be shown on TBS on Friday, with the Orioles hosting the Tigers at 3:07 p.m., and the Angels hosting Tuesday's AL Wild Card Game winner at either 6:37 p.m. (if Kansas City) or 7:07 p.m. (if Oakland) in Anaheim.
The American League is off on Saturday. Game 2 of the NLDS at Nationals Park will be televised by Fox Sports 1 on Saturday at 2:37 p.m.. Zack Greinke will start for the Dodgers in Game 2 on Saturday. The Cardinals have not yet announced their starting rotation.
Game times after Saturday will be announced at a later date.
Here is the NLDS schedule, as we know it now:
Game 1: Fri., Oct. 3, 3:37 p.m. at Dodger Stadium (Fox Sports 1)
Game 2: Sat., Oct. 4, 6:37 p.m. at Dodger Stadium (MLB Network)
Game 3: Mon, Oct. 6 at Busch Stadium
Game 4*: Tue., Oct. 7 at Busch Stadium
Game 5*: Thu., Oct. 9 at Dodger Stadium