I will be a guest on DodgerTalk Sunday evening, joining co-hosts Ken Levine and Josh Suchon, talking about -- what else? -- the Dodgers.
I am tentatively scheduled to be on the air at 5:30pm, so be sure to call in with any questions that will be sure to stump me! You can click on the link above to listen live.
Actually, I have no idea if they will be taking calls during my segment, but just in case, the phone number is (888) 790-5222. I will keep you posted of any schedule changes.
Dodgers General Manager Ned Colletti will appear on KABC's "McIntyre in the Morning" show every Friday at 9:20am, beginning this morning. DodgerTalk co-host Josh Suchon will also appear on these weekly segments.
Click on the above link to listen live online.
The link above is to the MLB Network schedule online, but I don't think that's correct. According to my DirecTV guide (which doesn't incorrectly have today's Angels-Dodgers tilt as a day game), here are some upcoming Dodger-related things on TV
1) 1947 World Series Highlights - today at 10am (MLB-N)
2) Dodgers "30 in 30" - tonight at midnight, then Friday at 9pm & Saturday at 9am (MLB-N)
3) The "4+1 Game" - Friday at 6pm (ESPN Classic)
The Dodgers will be the featured team on MLB Network's "30 Clubs in 30 Days" Friday night at 9pm, after the network's telecast of the Dodgers vs. Royals from Surprise, AZ.
The "30 in 30" on the Dodgers will be rerun several times, including Saturday at 3am, 9am, 1pm, and 6:30pm, and Sunday at 6am.
Thanks to Maury Brown of Biz of Baseball, we have the first two months of the "Sunday MLB on TBS" scheduled games. The Dodgers will make no appearances on TBS through May. Not surprisingly, the Yankees are on three of the first eight Sundays of the 2009 season.
ESPN has released its Sunday night schedule through July 19, and the only Dodger game through the first half of the season will be the club's visit to Wrigley Field on May 31.
I guess this means there will be one less game for the incoming play-by-play man to announce, since the game will be televised exclusively on ESPN.