Let’s Talk NLCS Schedule

The Giants became the first NL team to come back from an 0-2 game deficit in Division Series history after sweeping the Reds at home for a triumph very few people envisioned. The Giants will now wait to see where they go from here and will stay in Cincinnati long enough to at least have another work out in Cincy tomorrow. As of this moment, the Cardinals (#4 seed) are leading the Nationals (#1) in games 2-1, and currently the game is tied 1-1. Here’s all you need to know about the schedule:

If the Nationals win the NLDS (all times are TBD, all games are on FOX… that means Joe Buck and Tim McCarver, ya’ll!): 

Game 1: Sunday, October 14th: Giants @ Nationals

Game 2: Monday, October 15th: Giants @ Nationals

Game 3: Wednesday, October 17th: Nationals @ Giants

Game 4: Thursday, October 18th: Nationals @ Giants

Game 5: Friday, October 19th: Nationals @ Giants*

Game 6: Sunday, October 21st: Giants @ Nationals*

Game 7: Monday, October 22nd: Giants @ Nationals*

* – if necessary

The Giants were 1-5 against the Nationals this season.

If the Cardinals win the NLDS (all times are TBD, all games are on FOX): 

Game 1: Sunday, October 14th: Cardinals @ Giants

Game 2: Monday, October 15th: Cardinals @ Giants

Game 3: Wednesday, October 17th: Giants @ Cardinals

Game 4: Thursday, October 18th: Giants @ Cardinals

Game 5: Friday, October 19th: Giants @ Cardinals*

Game 6: Sunday, October 21st: Cardinals @ Giants*

Game 7: Monday, October 22nd: Cardinals @ Giants*

* – if necessary

The Giants were 3-3 against the Cardinals this season.

Now go relax a little bit. You’ve got a lot of crazy to put out beginning Sunday.

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