LOS ANGELES -- The Dodgers on Friday announced its broadcast teams for 2015, which includes a change on Spanish language radio and television. Hall of Fame announcer Jaime Jarrin will be joined by son Jorge Jarrin on the radio broadcasts on KTNQ 1020 AM.
This will be the elder Jarrin's 57th season calling Dodgers games.
Pepe Yniguez and Fernando Valenzuela will shift from radio to television, joining Manny Mota for Spanish language television broadcasts. Every game televised by SportsNet LA will also be available in Spanish, up from 75 games in 2014. Spanish-language TV broadcasts in 2014 will called by Jorge Jarrin and Mota.
Mota will be involved in both TV and radio broadcasts.
The English-language broadcasts will feature the same teams that finished the last three or so months of the year. In games called by Vin Scully on SportsNet LA, his broadcast will be simulcast for the first three innings on KLAC 570 AM, followed by Charley Steiner on play-by-play and Rick Monday as analyst for the remainder of the game on radio.
In games that Scully won't call - which will likely be nearly all road games outside of Anaheim and perhaps a few other trips - Steiner shifts to television for play-by-play, joined by analysts Orel Hershiser and Nomar Garciaparra. In those games, Monday will provide play-by-play on the radio, with Kevin Kennedy as analyst.
Kennedy and David Vassegh will continue to host Dodger Talk on radio.