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Dodgers-Marlins Friday televised on Prime Ticket alternate channels

A conflict with the Stanley Cup playoffs has pushed Friday's game between the Dodgers and Marlins off of Prime Ticket.


Because of a conflict with Game 6 of the Kings-Blues first round series of the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs, Friday's game between the Dodgers and Marlins will not be shown on Prime Ticket. Friday's game is a 7:10 p.m. PT start.

The games have been made available to providers to show live on alternate channels:

  • AT&T: channel 69 (HD 1694)
  • Comcast: 104
  • Cox Santa Barbara: 8
  • Cox Orange County: 3
  • Cox Palos Verdes: 3
  • DirecTV: 689 (HD: 689-1)
  • Dish: Apr. 10 449 (HD 9519)
  • Time Warner Los Angeles: HD 700
  • Time Warner Desert Cities, Yucca, Banning: HD 590
  • Time Warner Barstow: HD 671
  • Verizon: 1

Time Warner customers without HD boxes will not be able to see the game. Charter customers, it appears, will not get the game.

This is the third game this season moved off Prime Ticket to alternate channels due to a scheduling conflict. The Dodgers also had games on Apr. 10 in San Diego and Apr. 12 in Arizona moved due to conflicts with the Clippers and Ducks. The Dodgers are in the final year of their television contract with Fox, which owns Prime Ticket.