The postseason slate is set in the AL (although the Yanks and Rays are still battling it out for the AL East crown). The NL is a different story. While the Phillies and Reds have clinched their respective divisions, the Giants hope to stave off the Padres in the NL West. They currently lead the Padres by 2.5 games. The loser of NL West still has a shot at the Wild Card, though. The Braves currently have a 1.5 games lead over the Padres for that ticket to the MLB postseason. The Braves finish the season with a series against the Phillies and the Padres finish with the Giants after completing their series with the Cubs tonight.
Thursday September 30
Thursday Night Baseball
Chi Cubs at San Diego (MLBN 6:30PM) [or Houston at Cincinnati at 7PM In Cubs and Padres markets]
Friday, October 1
Philadelphia at Atlanta (MLBN, 7:30 PM) [N.Y. Yankees at Boston at, 7PM in select markets]
San Diego at San Francisco (MLBN, 10:00 PM) [or Arizona at L.A. Dodgers in Padres and Giants markets]
Saturday, October 2
FOX Game of the Week – 4PM
New York Yankees at Boston Redsox – Joe Buck, Tim McCarver, Ken Rosenthal - Fenway Park, Boston, MA
San Diego Padres at San Francisco Giants – Josh Lewin, Mark Grace – AT&T Park, San Francisco, CA
Philadelphia Phillies at Atlanta Braves – Dick Stockton, Eric Karros – Turner Field, Atlanta, GA
Distribution map via The 506
Saturday Night Baseball
Tampa Bay at Kansas City – Local TV (MLBN 7PM) [L.A. Angels at Texas at 8PM In Rays and Royals markets]
Sunday, October 3
New York Yankees at Boston Redsox (TBS 1:30PM) – Announcers TBA – Fenway Park, Boston, MA
MLB Network has a gap in its schedule from Noon to 10PM on October 3. Neither, Philadelphia at Atlanta (1:30PM), Tampa Bay at Kansas City (2PM) or San Diego at San Francisco (4PM) final games are scheduled nationally. But I would bet MLB Network will break in or schedule the games live if either is significant to the playoff picture.
H/T to Sammy!