Major League Baseball has officially confirmed that Game 3 of the NLDS series between the Mets and Dodgers in New York on Monday will begin at 8:37 PM. The matchup will be the first postseason game in Citi Field history. The start time for a potential Game 4 in Flushing has not been announced.
Here's the full NLDS schedule with eastern start times:
Game 1: Friday, October 9, 9:45 PM
Game 2: Saturday, October 10, 9:07 PM
Game 3: Monday, October 12, 8:37 PM
Game 4: Tuesday, October 13, 8:07 PM*
Game 5: Thursday, October 15, 8:07 PM*
* If necessary
The Mets will send Jacob deGrom to the mound to start the team's first postseason game in nine years tomorrow in L.A., while Clayton Kershaw will get the nod for the Dodgers. The Mets will follow up with Noah Syndergaard in Game 2 against Zack Greinke and Matt Harvey in Game 3 against Brett Anderson. The teams have not announced starters past Game 3, but both deGrom and Kershaw may go on short rest depending on where the teams stand after three games.