Major League Baseball released its slate of games on Wednesday, which will feature all eight Wild Card Series matchups, including Game 1 of the Braves vs. Reds. Unfortunately, for many working Braves’ fans, Atlanta is a part of the first set of games to take place, along with Houston and Minnesota, at 12:00 ET.
Postseason schedule is out. Wednesday is going to be absurdly fun. Noon-to-night baseball.
12p ET: CIN at ATL (ESPN)
12p: HOU at MIN (ESPN2)
2p: MIA at CHC (ABC)
3p: CHW at OAK (ESPN)
4p: TOR at TB (TBS)
5p: STL at SD (ESPN2)
7p: NYY at CLE (ESPN)
10p: MIL at LAD (ESPN)
— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) September 28, 2020
As you can see, it will be broadcast on ESPN. The time for Game 2 has yet to be announced. When it does, we will keep you updated. Hopefully, most Braves’ fans will be at a place where they can watch, and perhaps it will help them get through hump day a little easier. Game 1 will feature a juicy matchup between two Cy Young candidates — Trevor Bauer and Max Fried.