LOS ANGELES — The Dodgers don’t yet know their opponent for the National League Championship Series, but they do know what time the first two games will be played.
MLB released the start times for through Monday for both the NLCS and ALCS. The Dodgers will open the NLCS with Game 1 at 5:08 p.m. PT on Saturday at Dodger Stadium, followed by a 4:38 p.m. start on Sunday.
The Dodgers will play either the Cubs or Nationals in the NLCS, in what will be a playoff rematch from 2016.
MLB on Wednesday released game times for all LCS games through Monday.
The start times for the remainder of the series will be released at a later date, but for the most part there will be a game roughly at 5 p.m. PT every day, and on days there are two games one will start during the daytime, likely around 1 p.m.
There are four potential days with two games during the LCS round:
Saturday, Oct. 14: ALCS Game 2 (1:08 p.m.), NLCS Game 1 (5:08 p.m.)
Tuesday, Oct. 17: NLCS Game 3, ALCS Game 4
Wednesday, Oct. 18: NLCS Game 4, ALCS Game 5*
Saturday, Oct. 21: NLCS Game 6*, ALCS Game 7*
The NLCS will be televised by TBS.