The St. Louis Cardinals and Pittsburgh Pirates will play Game 3 of the NL Division Series at 3:37 p.m. Sunday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh.
The teams learned of the start time in an announcement Thursday afternoon, less than an hour before the 4:07 p.m. start of Game 1 at Busch Stadium. The game will be shown on TBS.
Game 2 will be at 12:07 p.m. Friday, and is on MLB Network.
Start times for Game 4 if needed in Pittsburgh Monday -- and a deciding Game 5 back in St. Louis on Wednesday -- have not been announced.
Cards set lineup
The Cardinals had no surprises in their starting lineup announced early Thursday afternoon.
Cardinals: Matt Carpenter, 2B; Carlos Beltran, RF; Matt Holliday, LF; Matt Adams, 1B; Yadier Molina, C; Jon Jay, CF; David Freese, 3B; Daniel Descalso, SS; Adam Wainwright, P.
Pirates: Starling Marte, LF; Neil Walker, 2B; Andrew McCutchen, CF; Justin Morneau, 1B; Marlon Byrd, RF; Pedro Alvarez, 3B; Russell Martin, C; Clint Barmes, SS; A.J. Burnett, P.
According to Ruth Sergenian, the St. Louis Regional Chamber's director of economic research, each game of the NL Division Series in St. Louis will have an economic impact of $5.3 million. The estimate is based on the assumption that each game will attract 46,000 fans.
If the Cardinals host as many playoff games as possible, 10, the economic impact would be about $68 million.