In the midst of a war, the Red Sox and Tigers play Game 5 of the ALCS schedule 2013, which is part of the online live streaming MLB playoffs coverage.
According to an Oct. 17 MLB.com report, first pitch for tonight's American League Championship Series action is scheduled for 8:07 p.m. EST (7:07 p.m. CST) and it'll be broadcast nationwide on FOX.
International Major League Baseball fans can watch every pitch on a desktop, tablet, or smartphone through MLB.TV's live stream feed online.
While the "MLB Postseason Package" enables international users to stream games live on demand, local subscribers' access is limited to DVR replays each live broadcast.
For those trying to follow the action live, radio providers for ALCS schedule 2013, MLB playoffs Game 5 online include: (BOS) WEEI 93.7, ESPN Radio, WUFC 1510 (DET) 97.1 The Ticket, ESPN Radio.
Knotted up at two wins apiece, BoSox skipper John Farrell hands the ball over to his ace, as LHP Jon Lester (MLB Playoffs 2013: 1-1, 1.93 ERA) makes his second start of the ALCS schedule 2013.
The two-time MLB All-Star made his ALCS debut in the series opener at Fenway Park on Saturday. Despite throwing a gem (6.1 IP, 6 H, R, BB, 4 K), the hard-throwing lefty didn’t get any run-support, as the Tigers prevailed by a final score of 1-0.
The man who out-dueled Lester will also be toeing the rubber for the second time in this series tonight.
Starting for Jim Leyland and the home Tigers in Game 5 will be reigning American League ERA champion, RHP Anibal Sanchez (MLB Playoffs 2013: 1-1, 4.35 ERA).
In spite of his struggles against Tampa Bay in the ALDS (0-1, 10.38 ERA), the former Marlin got the nod in Game 1 and made the most of it.
Sanchez took the bats out of the Red Sox's hands, tossing 6 innings of no-hit ball, issuing six free passes and punching out 12 batters on his way to a historic day.
The 29-year-old Venezuelan became the first pitcher in MLB playoffs history to be removed from a game after completing 6 hit-less innings of baseball.
Can Sanchez duplicate that effort and get his team a "W" in what has to be considered a must-win game for the Tigers?
Las Vegas' MLB oddsmakers have the home team listed as -120 compared to the visitor’s +110 chances of an upset. The OVER/UNDER is set at a combined total of 7½ runs, and alternate spreads go as follows: Red Sox +1½ [-190] vs. Tigers -1½ [+165].
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