The 2017 MLB League Championship Series Start Times, TV Schedule – Forbes

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The 2017 NLCS and ALCS schedules are here

Just one more series to the Fall Classic. That’s what four teams have on their minds as the 2017 Division Series wraps up for Major League Baseball and the League Championship Series games get underway.

Major League Baseball has released the first pitch and networks that will air them. The ALCS will be covered exclusively by FS1 or FOX, while TBS will exclusively televise the National League Championship Series.

For those looking to watch the games streamed to computer or smart device, all the games telecast on TBS and FOX will be available to MLB.TV subscribers who are authenticated subscribers to those applicable networks (TBS or FOX) through a participating pay TV provider. If you are not able to watch, but wish to listen, ESPN Radio will provide live national coverage of all 2017 MLB Postseason games.

With the New York Yankees upsetting the Cleveland Indians winning the series 3-2, they will face off in the ALCS against the Houston Astros who beat the Boston Red Sox 3-1 and haven’t been in an LCS since 2005 when they were still in the National League.

For the NLCS, the Los Angeles Dodgers, who swept the Arizona Diamondbacks in three games, will get the Chicago Cubs after a nail-biting 9-8 win over the Washington Nationals. The Cubs, the 2016 World Series Champions, make their third-straight trip to the NLCS while the Nats have to live with knowing they still have never won a postseason series.

Below is the first pitch and broadcast schedule. First pitch and broadcast network information to be updated upon notification from

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