Here’s everything you need to know about the series:

-No word on final postseason roster

-Charlie Manuel said Carlos Ruiz and J.C. Romero are “good to go”

-When asked how “hungry” Roy Halladay was for a playoff start, Charlie said he was “starving”- well, glad that’s settled

-Game 3 will be at either 7:07 or 8:07 on Sunday night (depending on if AL series is over), up directly against the Eagles game against the 49ers

-Game 4 is at 5:07 or 7:37 (depending on other series)

-Game 5 is at 6:07 or 8:07 (you get the drill)

Try that tactic with your boss.  “I’ll be in at 7:07 or 8:07 tomorrow depending on if I hit the snooze button.”

Full Game 1 schedule from the Phillies after the jump.  You’ll never guess what band is playing the pep-rally.

Just kidding, it’s Mr. Greengenes as per the usual, but take a gander at the rest of the details.  It’s not listed, but 5:09 ends the top of the first.  And the obligatory McGraw family member pre-postseason-game appearance.

3:30 p.m.                     Phillies Postseason Rally on Citizens Bank Way ! Special guests include former Phillies Scott Eyre and Greg “The Bull” Luzinski, Comcast SportsNet analyst Ricky Bottalico, the Phillie Phanatic and Phillies Ballgirls. Music provided by Mr. GreengenesScott Palmer, Phillies Director of Public Affairs, will emcee.

4:40 p.m.                     On-field pre-game ceremony begins.

4:44 p.m.                     Introduction of Cincinnati Reds.

4:48 p.m.                     Introduction of Philadelphia Phillies.

4:54 p.m.                     National Anthem: Sung by country singer Catherine Raney, niece of Tim McGraw, who will be representing the Tug McGraw Foundation.

4:56 p.m.                     Color Guard introduced.

4:58 p.m.                     Ceremonial First Pitch: Phillies alumnus Scott Eyre.

5:07 p.m.                             Play ball! Phillies vs. Reds game begins.

5th Inning                     “Lady PhaPha” makes her postseason debut.

7th Inning                     God Bless America : Sung by national recording artist Lauren Hart, a Philadelphia native whose songs have been heard on television series and soap operas.