Some postseason details…

Jenifer Langosch/MLB.com

Major League Baseball has announced start times for the first two Division Series games between the Cardinals and Tuesday’s Wild Card winner (Pirates or Reds). First pitch for Game 1 on Thursday will be 4:07 p.m. CT at Busch Stadium. That game will be televised on TBS.

MLB Network will show Friday’s game, which has a start time of 12:07 p.m. CT.

Starts times for the remainder of the series will be announced at a later date. To see the full Division Series schedule, go to this postseason schedule page on MLB.com.

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MLB also announced the umpiring assignments for the series. Each series will be staffed by six umpires, two of which will be along the outfield lines. Jerry Layne will serve as the crew chief in the Cardinals’ Division Series. Also on the crew will be Wally Bell, Sam Holbrook, Jim Joyce, Paul Nauert and Tony Randazzo.

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The Cardinals will hold workouts (closed to the public) on Tuesday and Wednesday at Busch Stadium. The media will have access to both, and all news to come out of those will be posted on cardinals.com. As a lead up to the start of the postseason, you can also find this profile of manager Mike Matheny on the website today.

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I haven’t heard much about Allen Craig recently. What is the latest on his diagnosis, prognosis and when he might return to playing? Is he running, throwing or taking batting practice yet? If so, how is he doing?

Of course, you are right, I must have just missed it—too bad about Craig—he deserved the opportunity to be in the playoffs this year, and the Cardinals would not have made them without him. Have always enjoyed your column. Go Redbirds!

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The 2014 draft order was released today and I noticed that the Cards have the last pick which tells me that we won whatever tie-breaker is used to determine that. Do you know how MLB decided on who had the best record this year between two teams that did not play each other?

It goes back to the record of both teams from the previous year.

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