ALCS game times are out
If you don’t like the idea of looking past the game at hand, click away from the page. If you have tickets for potential ALCS games at Comerica Park and you want to plan out next week better than the Division Series game times allowed you to plan this week, well, here goes.
With three of baseball’s final four set, Major League Baseball went ahead and announced game times for the two League Championship Series. The ALCS, with or without the Tigers, will begin Saturday night at Fenway Park in Boston with an 8:07pm ET first pitch, followed by an 8:15 start for Game 2 Sunday night.
The good news for Tigers fans is that two of the potential three ALCS games in Detroit would be night games. The exception, Game 3, is a 4:07 start on Tuesday, a little easier than the early afternoon start Tigers fans faced for Game 3 of the Division Series.
All games will be broadcast on FOX.
Here’s the full ALCS schedule:
- Saturday: Tigers/A’s at Red Sox, Game 1, 8:07pm
- Sunday: Tigers/A’s at Red Sox, Game 2, 8:15pm
- Tuesday: Red Sox at Tigers/A’s, Game 3, 4:07pm
- Wednesday: Red Sox at Tigers/A’s, Game 4, 8:07pm
- Thursday: Red Sox at Tigers/A’s, Game 5 (if necessary), 8:07pm
- Oct. 19: Tigers/A’s at Red Sox, Game 6 (if necessary), 4:37pm (or 8:07 if NLCS is over)
- Oct. 20: Tigers/A’s at Red Sox, Game 7 (if necessary), 8:07pm