TV Schedule, Sept. 22: Red Sox, Revolution, UMass All In Action

Saturday's television schedule, customized for the Boston sports fan.

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Major League Baseball

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Baltimore Orioles vs. Boston Red Sox, 1:10 p.m. ET (NESN, WEEI): The Red Sox look to spoil the Orioles' party, and look to avenge last year's Game 162, as they play host to the O's on Saturday afternoon. Oddly, winning helps the Yankees -- so it's ok to feel conflicted as a Sox fan.

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Chicago Cubs vs. St. Louis Cardinals, 1 p.m. ET (WGN): Theo Epstein's hapless Cubs play host to the Cardinals, who are fighting for their lives in the second wild card. This game isn't anything extraordinary for Boston fans, but hey, it's Theo's team, and they're trying to spoil the defending World Series champs.

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Major League Soccer

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New England Revolution vs. New York Red Bulls, 7:30 p.m. ET (CSN, WBZ-FM): Another team trying to play spoiler, as the Revolution look to stop New York's climb up the Eastern Conference standings.

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College Football

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UMass at Miami (Ohio), 12 p.m. ET (Channel 5, 40 in Springfield, 95.9): UMass continues FBS play as they head to Ohio to take on the Miami Redhawks in Mid-American Conference action.

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