On Wednesday, Major League Baseball has all the spotlight with every Division Series match-up in full swing once again. The action starts at 1 p.m. ET and won't end until sometime after midnight with all four games running one after the next.
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St. Louis Cardinals at Washington Nationals - 1 p.m. (TV/Radio: MLB Network/98.7FM): The Nationals will have Edwin Jackson on the rubber against Chris Carpenter in D.C.'s first home playoff game since 1933. Washington is seeking to take a 2-1 advantage after splitting the first two games in Busch Stadium.
San Francisco Giants at Cincinnati Reds - 4 p.m. (TV/Radio: TBS/98.7FM): Cincinnati wasn't able to put the Giants away on Tuesday, losing 2-1 in extra innings. However, Dusty Baker's club will get another chance in Game 4 with either Mike Leake or Mat Latos as the Reds' starter. San Francisco will throw ex-Cy Young winner Barry Zito in hopes of extending the season.
Baltimore Orioles at New York Yankees - 7:30 p.m. (TV/Radio: TBS/98.7 FM): The Bronx Bombers split in Baltimore and now come home with Hiroki Kuroda on the mound. Kuroda has been one of the Yankees most reliable pitchers this year, earning 16 wins on the campaign. The Orioles will counter with Miguel Gonzalez, who had an excellent 3.25 ERA.
Detroit Tigers at Oakland Athletics - 9:30 p.m. (TV/Radio: TNT/98.7FM): Oakland won on Tuesday behind an incredible game from Brett Anderson and stellar defense. Now, the A's seek to live another day with A.J. Griffin, while Max Scherzer gets tabbed for Detroit. Scherzer finished second in the AL in strikeouts with 231.