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Wednesday, October 01, 2014

List of tv channels for 2014 St. Louis Cardinals playoff games v LA Dodgers

9/30/14, "Where will you find the Cards-Dodgers games on TV?" news-democrat

"The St. Louis Cardinals know the start times of their initial playoff games in Los Angeles this weekend, but their fans will have to find their television remote to locate the start of the Division Series.

The Cardinals, normally on Fox Sports Midwest, will see their games carried on other channels during the playoffs.

Charter customers can find the 5:30 p.m. Friday NLDS opener on Fox Sports 1, which is Channel 43.

On ATandT U-verse, Fox Sports 1 is Channel 652 or 1652 (HD).

On DirecTV, Fox Sports 1 is Channel 218.

On Dish, Fox Sports 1 is Channel 150.

Game 2, at 8:30 p.m. on the MLB Network, can be found on Charter's Channel 804.

On ATandT, MLB Network is found at Channels 634 and 1634 (HD).

On DirecTV, MLB Network is found at Channels 213 and 213 (HD).

On Dish, MLB Network is found at Channels 152 and 152, 9434 (HD).

All the playoff games will be broadcast on KMOX-AM 1120.

The Cardinals' Game 1 starter will be Adam Wainwright (20-9), opposing Dodgers left-hander Clayton Kershaw (21-3). The Game 2 starters have not been announced.

Start times have not been set for Games 3 and 4 in St. Louis on Monday and Tuesday, nor for Game 5 a week from Thursday back in Los Angeles.

Major League Baseball said those times will not be determined until after the wild-card games are played."

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Read more here: http://www.bnd.com/2014/09/30/3429224_start-times-"""set-for-cards-dodgers.html?rh


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