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Mets vs. Dodgers 2015 live stream: Time, TV schedule and how to watch NLDS Game 2 online

New York leads the best-of-five series, 1-0.

After a low-scoring pitching duel on Friday night, expect runs to be at a premium again on Saturday when the New York Mets visit the Los Angeles Dodgers for Game 2 of their National League Division Series in Los Angeles.

New York leads the series thanks to Jacob deGrom, who struck out 13 over seven scoreless inning to win Game 1. He combined with Clayton Kershaw -- 11 strikeouts in 6 2/3 innings -- to become the first duo in history each strike out at least 11 batters in a postseason game.

After that 3-1 contest, that was a 1-0 game with two outs in the seventh inning, major league ERA leader Zack Greinke starts for the Dodgers against young fireballer Noah Syndergaard for the Mets.

Greinke put together a season for the ages in 2015, finishing 19-3 with a 1.66 ERA, the lowest ERA in baseball in 20 years. He was especially tough at home, going 10-1 with a 1.48 ERA in 17 starts at Dodger Stadium. Greinke will need a solid outing on Saturday to help the Dodgers avoid hitting the road in an 0-2 hole.

Syndergaard, 22, had a 3.24 ERA in 24 starts for the Mets this season, striking out 166 batters in his 150 innings. He faced the Dodgers once during the regular season, allowing one run in six innings in a no-decision on July 3 in Los Angeles, striking out three.

TBS will televise the entire NLDS. Game 2 coverage beings at 9 p.m. ET, with first pitch scheduled for 9:07 p.m. Ernie Johnson will call the game, alongside analysts Ron Darling and Cal Ripken Jr., with reporter Sam Ryan also on the broadcast.

Online streaming of the game will be available on TBS.com or the TBS app, with authenticated users needing to login using their television provider information. In addition, Postseason.tv will offer up to 10 live alternative camera angles during the broadcast.

Mets at Dodgers, NLDS Game 2 info

Location: Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles

Time: 6:07 p.m. ET

TV: TBS

Streaming: TBS.com or mobile app; Postseason.tv

Radio: ESPN Radio