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Home Television NLDS (ALDS Has Day Off) Broadcast Times for Fri. Oct 8

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NLDS (ALDS Has Day Off) Broadcast Times for Fri. Oct 8 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Maury Brown   
Friday, 08 October 2010 07:42
2010 NLDS

The following is the entire national broadcast schedule for the National League Division Series (the ALDS takes the day off today) for Friday, Oct 8. TBS and ESPN Radio will provide national coverage of all Division Series games. Additional live coverage of all postseason games will be provided by XM Radio and

[Subject to change]

Date Match-Up (ALL GAMES ON TBS/TNT) Time (ET/Site Time)

Fri., October 8th

  • Cincinnati Reds @ Philadelphia Phillies, NLDS Game 2 6:07 p.m. (Phillies lead 1-0)
  • Atlanta Braves @ San Francisco Giants, NLDS Game 2 9:37 p.m./6:37 p.m. (Giants lead 1-0)

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