Your Full MLB Divisional Series Announcing Schedule (Updated)

Tuesday, October 06, 2009


Wednesday, October 7th

Colorado Rockies @ Philadelphia Phillies, Game #1 (TBS, 2:30pm)- Brian Anderson, Joe Simpson and David Aldridge
Minnesota Twins @ New York Yankees, Game #1 (TBS, 6pm)- Chip Caray, Ron Darling and Craig Sager
St. Louis Cardinals @ Los Angeles Dodgers, Game #1 (TBS, 9:30pm)- Dick Stockton, Bob Brenly and Tom Verducci

Thursday, October 8th

Colorado Rockies @ Philadelphia Phillies, Game #2 (TBS, 2:30pm)- Brian Anderson, Joe Simpson and David Aldridge
St. Louis Cardinals @ Los Angeles Dodgers, Game #2 (TBS, 6pm)- Dick Stockton, Bob Brenly and Tom Verducci
Boston Red Sox @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Game #1 (TBS, 9:30pm)- Don Orsillo, Buck Martinez and Mark Fein

Friday, October 9th

Minnesota Twins @ New York Yankees, Game #2 (TBS, 6pm)- Chip Caray, Ron Darling and Craig Sager
Boston Red Sox @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Game #2 (TBS, 9:30pm)- Don Orsillo, Buck Martinez and Mark Fein

Saturday, October 10th

Los Angeles Dodgers @ St. Louis Cardinals, Game #3 (TBS, 6:30pm)- Dick Stockton, Bob Brenly and Tom Verducci
Philadelphia Phillies @ Colorado Rockies, Game #3 (TBS, 10pm)- Brian Anderson, Joe Simpson and David Aldridge

Sunday, October 11th

Los Angeles Dodgers @ St. Louis Cardinals, Game #4* (TBS, TBD)- Dick Stockton, Bob Brenly and Tom Verducci
Philadelphia Phillies @ Colorado Rockies, Game #4* (TBS, TBD)- Brian Anderson, Joe Simpson and David Aldridge
New York Yankees @ Minnesota Twins, Game #3 (TBS, TBD)- Chip Caray, Ron Darling and Craig Sager
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim @ Boston Red Sox, Game #3 (TBS, TBD)- Don Orsillo, Buck Martinez and Mark Fein

Monday, October 12th

New York Yankees @ Minnesota Twins , Game #4* (TBS, TBD)- Chip Caray, Ron Darling and Craig Sager
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim @ Boston Red Sox, Game #4* (TBS, TBD)- Don Orsillo, Buck Martinez and Mark Fein

Tuesday, October 13th

St. Louis Cardinals @ Los Angeles Dodgers, Game #5* (TBS, TBD)- Dick Stockton, Bob Brenly and Tom Verducci
Colorado Rockies @ Philadelphia Phillies, Game #5* (TBS, TBD)- Brian Anderson, Joe Simpson and David Aldridge

Wednesday, October 14th

Minnesota Twins @ New York Yankees, Game #5* (TBS, TBD)- Chip Caray, Ron Darling and Craig Sager
Boston Red Sox @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Game #5 (TBS, TBD) Don Orsillo, Buck Martinez and Mark Fein

13 Comments:

So the Yankees get to play all five games at home?

FISH said...
Oct 5, 2009, 3:44:00 PM  

Not correct on the rotations. If the Yankees play on Thursday and CC Sabathia starts, if he's needed for Game 4 it will be on 3 days rest. If they start Wednesday, than Sabathia, AJ Burnett or Andy Petitte (who ever is game 2 starter) get 4 full days. But I think you can bank on the Yankees starting Wednesday Night.

Salty1973 said...
Oct 5, 2009, 5:03:00 PM  

Yankess will be playing the AL Central winner, unless Bud has instituted new interleague playoff series prior to the World Series.

kibab1979 said...
Oct 5, 2009, 5:19:00 PM  

I know the league would like to help the Angels finally beat Boston in the ALDS, but having all five games in Anaheim is a bit much (see above).

Chris said...
Oct 5, 2009, 6:42:00 PM  

The game sites for Tuesday the 13th are also messed up. If they go to game five, the Dodgers and Phillies would be the home teams for their respective series.

Spring Rubber said...
Oct 5, 2009, 7:10:00 PM  
Borsa said...
Oct 5, 2009, 9:30:00 PM  

Why don't they just make Colorado and Philadelphia play at 3 in the morning? I fricking hate television.

It would be a disgrace and a catastrophe if the Yankees, Red Sox and Dodgers don't get the cushy time slots.

J.J. said...
Oct 5, 2009, 9:47:00 PM  

If there are 3 games or more they should have a game on at an offset time like 8 PM on TNT. Then you could flip around from boring games. Now one of Colorado or Philly could be eliminated with no one having seen them.

Math Geek said...
Oct 6, 2009, 10:05:00 AM  

How does Dick Stockton continue to get work? He is bad - not AS BAD as Chip Caray - but bad in the old school way.

Mike Raffone said...
Oct 6, 2009, 8:03:00 PM  

Hello all
2 things

@ J.J
I don't care that much for rocks phils but as an european fan of the game I'll be delighted to see some ball in "my" primetime slot.....

@ AA .... Would it be possible to pull out an ESPN RADIO announcing schedule for those games. I'm planning to catch a few of those this way and would enjoy if someone had this information...

Thanks
Yann

yannils said...
Oct 7, 2009, 8:22:00 AM  

Berman and Sutcliffe are doing the Phils - Rockies series on ESPN radio. I was listening for five minutes before Berman stopped talking. I thought he was doing PBP and color by himself until Sutcliffe said something. Once the flow of the game got going, it wasn't that bad.

Mal said...
Oct 7, 2009, 5:27:00 PM  

Chris Berman doing a game means time for your ears to burn.

M said...
Oct 7, 2009, 6:51:00 PM  

Mike Raffone, right on regarding Stockton. His time has come and gone.
Who is Brian Anderson? Why is he doing Colorado-Philly?
Why do the Red Sox get Orsillo, who does their games for NESN? Why not hire LA/SoCal Announcers for the Angels fans?

JMNOR55 said...
Oct 8, 2009, 8:47:00 PM  

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