After getting a win in the franchise’s first time playing in the Wild Card Game, the Los Angeles Dodgers now meet the San Francisco Giants in the best-of-five National League Division Series.
Game 1 is Friday night at Oracle Park, and Game 2 is as well on Saturday night. The NLDS will then shift to Dodger Stadium for Game 3 on Monday, and if necessary, a Game 4 will be played Tuesday. Should the series go the distance, Game 5 is back at Oracle Park on Thursday, Oct. 14.
TBS is the exclusive home of the NL bracket for the 2021 postseason. Like with the Wild Card Game, Brian Anderson is handling play-by-play duties, and he’s joined for the NLDS by analyst Ron Darling and reporter Lauren Shehadi.
The postseason matchup is the first all-time between the Dodgers and Giants. “It’s what baseball wants,” manager Dave Roberts said this week. “Giants, Dodgers, one of the great rivalries in sports, and it’s happening.”
San Francisco put together a remarkable season and set a franchise record with 107 wins to claim their first NL West title since 2012.
Doing so snapped the Dodgers’ streak of division titles at eight straight. L.A. nevertheless enjoyed a special campaign themselves, tying a franchise record with 106 wins.
How to live stream Dodgers vs. Giants, all TBS broadcasts
Along with the NLDS matchup between the Dodgers and Giants, all MLB postseason games airing on TBS can be live streamed at http://www.tbs.com and the Watch TBS App.
Fans are able to access NL playoff games at any time and from all locations by logging in with the username and password for their TV service provider. Additionally, all MLB postseason games on TBS will be available in Spanish via SAP.
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