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Fox (KTTV Channel 11) is the one-stop home for the National League Championship Series, starting with Game 1 of the Dodgers-Phillies tonight (5 p.m. for pregame, 5:22 p.m. for first pitch). Joe Buck and Tim McCarver do the call, with Ken Rosenthal and Chris Myers lingering near the dugout for any despicable comments. This is the team that will do the World Series as well starting Wednesday, Oct. 22 (schedule linked here).
In addition to the KABC-AM (790) coverage — with Vin Scully doing the first three and last three innings and Charley Steiner and Rick Monday on the middle three, ESPN Radio’s feed on KSPN-AM (710) will have Dan Shulman and Dave Campbell on the call.
FSN Prime Ticket also has a “Dodgers Live” scheduled after each game. For Games 1 and 2 in Philadelphia, Patrick O’Neal, Steve Lyons and Michael Eaves report at approximately 8:30 p.m. (Game 1) and 5 p.m. (Game 2). When the series moves to L..A., “Dodgers Live” goes to the centerfield stage with Eaves and Lyons, using Chris McGee as a reporter. No Jim Watson or Lindsay Soto? They seem to be working on “other projects.”

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