More than two months into the playoffs, there are still a number of major issues that need to be resolved before the game is played.
The first is whether or not to play the entire National League Division Series on a weekday, or if there are two games that could go in favor of one team.
The second is whether there are enough teams to fill the stadiums needed for both games.
The third is whether teams are allowed to start a game before or after their scheduled start time.
The Dodgers were given the green light for Thursday’s game against the Giants.
If they played the rest of the series, the game would be played at 5 p.m.
ET on Friday and Sunday.
But the Giants are a team that plays on Thursday nights.
If the Dodgers were to play Thursday, they would have to play at 3 p.p.m., or they could potentially lose on Saturday, if the Giants didn’t make the playoffs.
The decision to play a Saturday game was the decision of the owners, not the players.
The players and the owners agreed to this because the players and fans want to play on Saturdays.
That’s how we got to this point.
The owners have to be willing to go back to the owners and say, we have a little bit of a problem.
The owners are willing to make it work if it means the game will go on, even if it’s a Thursday night game.
We’re not willing to sit there and say this is how it’s going to work.