We knew Game 1 of the NLCS would start at 7:09 p.m. CDT at Miller Park, but beyond that, we didn’t know much about the schedule — much of that likely depended on what the ALCS looked like, and with the Boston Red Sox eliminating the New York Yankees, we now have a full slate of game times for baseball’s final four.
Playing a west coast team, there are predictably some late nights in our future next week, although not as many as you’d expect:
All NLCS game times and network are now announced: All times CT— Mike Heller (@HellerSports) October 10, 2018
Game 1: Fri, 7:09 pm (FS1)
Game 2: Sat, 3:09pm (Fox)
Game 3: Mon, 6:39pm (FS1)
Game 4: Tue, 8:09pm (FS1)
Game 5: Wed, 4:05pm (FS1)
Game 6: Fri, 7:39pm (FS1)
Game 7: Sat, 8:09pm (FS1) pic.twitter.com/iVFwcVnNR7
The Game 2 start time on Saturday is notable for those Wisconsin sports fans who may want to catch the Wisconsin/Michigan game that’s slated to kick off at 6:30 p.m., although the Monday start time may conflict with diehard Packers fans who would rather get mad online about Mike McCarthy than watch playoff baseball.