Cardinals vs. Braves, 2012 N.L. Wild Card Playoff: Time, TV schedule, lineups and more

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All the information you'll need for Friday's Wild Card showdown between the Braves and Cardinals.

Major League Baseball's 2012 playoffs have finally arrived. For the Atlanta Braves or St. Louis Cardinals to continue their quest for a World Series championship, they'll have to survive Friday's one-game playoff at Turner Field. Win this game and the club is bound for the NLDS and a series with the Washington Nationals.

Here are all of the details you'll need to be ready for the game.

Start TIme: 5:07 p.m. ET

TV: TBS will broadcast the game. Brian Anderson handles the play-by-play duties, while Ron Darling and Joe Simpson will serve as the color analysts.

Lineups:

Atlanta:

Michael Bourn - CF
Martin Prado - LF
Jason Heyward - RF
Chipper Jones - 3B
Freddie Freeman - 1B
Dan Uggla - 2B
David Ross - C
Andrelton Simmons - SS
Kris Medlen - P

St. Louis:

Jon Jay - CF
Carlos Beltran - RF
Matt Holliday - LF
Allen Craig - 1B
Yadier Molina - C
David Freese - 3B
Daniel Descalso - 2B
Peter Kozma - SS
Kyle Lohse - P

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