Originally published by DodgerBlue.com
The Los Angeles Dodgers are once again set to play in the National League Division Series for the 11th consecutive season, and while their schedule is locked in, their opponent and game times are still to be determined.
Beginning on Saturday, the Dodgers will host either the Milwaukee Brewers or the Arizona Diamondbacks, depending on which team advances from the Wild Card Series. The Dodgers earned a bye as a result of finishing as the No. 2 seed in the NL.
The Wild Card Series begins on Tuesday, with the Dodgers finding out their opponent by either the following day, or Thursday at the latest. All Wild Card games will be shown on ESPN platforms.
With five off days, the Dodgers are staying busy throughout the week with practices and scrimmages at Dodger Stadium. On Wednesday, select season ticket holders are invited to watch one of the intrasquad games.
When the Dodgers’ postseason run begins on Oct. 7, the game will be broadcasted exclusively on TBS, which will be the home for all NLDS games, including the Atlanta Braves versus the winner of the Philadelphia Phillies and Miami Marlins series.
The NLDS schedule this season includes a bit of a quirk with off days after Games 1 and 2, along with a potential Game 4. The ALDS schedule only has traditional off days following Game 2 and possible Game 4.
TBS is also the exclusive home of the NL Championship Series, while the American League Division Series will be shown on Fox and FS1. Fox is also once again the exclusive home of the World Series.
TBS can be watched via cable or through select streaming services, along with TBS.com and the TBS app. Streaming services carrying TBS include DirecTV Stream, Hulu Plus Live TV, Sling, Fubo, Spectrum Streaming and YouTube TV.
All games telecast on TBS, FOX and FS1 will be available to MLB.TV subscribers who are authenticated subscribers to the applicable network through a participating pay TV provider.
In addition to its extensive studio coverage, MLB Network will exclusively air the entire 2023 National League Division Series and National League Championship Series in Spanish-language this Postseason.
Dodgers NLDS schedule 2023
Saturday, Oct. 7: Game 1, Dodger Stadium
Monday, Oct. 9: Game 2, Dodger Stadium
Wednesday, Oct. 11: Game 3, TBD
Thursday, Oct. 12: Game 4*, TBD
Saturday, Oct. 14: Game 5*, Dodger Stadium
All start times are still to be determined
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