St. Louis Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Dodgers Game 4: Broadcast, Live Stream, Start Time, & More


The St. Louis Cardinals will attempt to wrap up their National League Division Series with the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday afternoon and advance to the NLCS against the winner of the San Francisco Giants and Washington Nationals series, which the Giants currently lead 2-1.

The Cardinals will once again face lefty Clayton Kershaw, who’s been without a doubt the best starting pitcher in the major leagues this year, but struggled significantly in Game 1 of this series, giving up eight earned runs over 6.2 innings. Much like is often the philosophy with dominant football teams, it’s difficult to see Kershaw struggling once again after having three days to work things out and perfect his craft.

That means the Cardinals will need good work from Shelby Miller, who really grinded it out in order to earn a spot in the playoff rotation this year. Miller, who finished 10-9 with a 3.74 ERA and 1.27 WHIP, including 2.92 and 0.99 marks in those categories following the All-Star break, really rebounded well following a midseason stint in the bullpen, and he’ll get his first opportunity to showcase himself in a postseason start on Tuesday.

Here’s all the crucial info you need to follow along with Tuesday’s potential series clincher:

Where: Busch Stadium, St. Louis, MO

When: 4:00 PM, Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Starting Pitchers: Clayton Kershaw (LAD) vs. Shelby Miller (STL)

TV Broadcast: Tuesday’s game will be broadcast on Fox Sports 1. St. Louisan Joe Buck once again handles the play-by-play duties. Harold Reynolds and Tom Verducci continue in their roles as color commentators. Ken Rosenthal will be the field reporter for the broadcast.

Radio Broadcast: The game will be broadcast on ESPN Radio. Dan Shulman of Sunday Night Baseball fame will call play-by-play with Aaron Boone as the color commentator.

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