Detroit Tigers-Oakland Athletics Game 2 on MLB Network
Game 2 of the Detroit-Oakland American League Divisional Series will be telecast by Major League Baseball's in-house television station beginning at noon Sunday, MLB officials said Friday.
Fans should check local cable or satellite TV listings to confirm whether they have MLB Network as part of their viewing choices.
The game will not be available on standard providers like Fox Sports Network, TBS or FOX.
It will be broadcast on the radio by the Tigers' flagship station, WXYT (97.1-FM).
The Athletics-Tigers game will be the first post-season contest shown live by MLB Network.
Right-hander Doug Fister is manager Jim Leyland's scheduled starter for the AL Central-champion Tigers. AL West-champion Oakland will counter with left-hander Tommy Milone.
MLB Network is scheduled to telecast a divisional series game Wednesday, Oct. 10. Four games are scheduled for that day, including Game 4 of the Detroit-Oakland series, if necessary.