San Francisco Giants vs Cincinnati Reds Live Stream: Watch Online NL Division Series Playoff 2012 (9PM ET)

San Francisco Giants vs Cincinnati Reds meet in the MLB Playoffs 2012 on Saturday night. Game One of the National League Division Series takes place at AT&T Park from 9.30 p.m. ET and will be broadcast on TBS, or alternatively the game can be watched online through live stream (details below).

(Photo: Reuters/Alex Gallardo)San Francisco Giants' Buster Posey hits a run batted in (RBI) ground out to score Giants' Marco Scutaro (not pictured) against the Los Angeles Dodgers during the fourth inning of their MLB baseball game in Los Angeles, California October 3, 2012.

This series looks like it will be an intriguing match up, with both the Reds and Giants displaying some spectacular form through the regular season. The Reds are the number 2 seeds in the National League and the Central Division champions. Meanwhile, the Giants are the number 3 seeds and the Western Division champions.

One of the core match ups in this game that could decide the outcome is Cincinnati's Johnny Cueto against San Francisco's Matt Cain.

Cueto has a record 19-9 and 2.78 ERA, where as Cain has 16-5 and 2.79 ERA.

The sides met on June 28, where the Giants came out on top. In that game Cueto went six innings, gave up two runs, as well as four walks. That loss was the Dominican Republic native's only start against the Giants in the regular season.

Meanwhile, Cain has not had a particularly good time against the Reds, giving up eight runs in just 13 innings against the Reds, losing in both contests. However, the veteran right-hander comes into the game tonight having won his last six regular season starts.

Both teams sport two of the best hitters in the league in catcher Buster Posey and first baseman Joey Votto.

Tonight's game between the Giants and the Reds starts at 9 p.m. ET and can be watched on TBS. However, and TBS are both offering packages to watch the MLB Playoffs online.

On a postseason package is available for just $24.99, and that includes live streaming, HD quality video, in-game stats and highlights and more. Sign up by clicking here.

TBS is also offering coverage through on "TBS Hot Corner." has described:

"This year's media player allows fans more interactivity as they'll be able to choose between a Backstop Cam, Pitcher Cam, Dugout Cam and Batter Cam.

"With this year's Live Game Streaming application, fans will have the option to switch between live games, interact with other fans around the country in live chat rooms and vote in live polls. An on-site reporter will bring fans live reports and exclusive interviews throughout the game as well.

"The Hot Corner also offers exclusive on-demand postseason content featuring on-field postgame reactions from players and managers, sit-down player interviews, original postseason-themed music videos featuring rock 'n' roll legends Bon Jovi and a behind-the-scenes look into players' pregame and off-day routines."