GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The Dodgers will televise 31 spring training games on SportsNet LA, but unfortunately for now that still means no televised games for roughly two-thirds of the greater Los Angeles market. But there is some good news for those of you without Time Warner Cable, as five spring games against the Angels will be televised in Southern California.
This means watching the Angels broadcast, with Terry Smith on play-by-play and Jose Mota as analyst, but that is certainly a better alternative than no broadcast at all.
Here are the five games against the Angels that will be televised in Los Angeles this spring, including all three Freeway Series games:
- Thursday, March 19 at Camelback Ranch, 1:05 p.m. (Fox Sports West)
- Saturday, March 28 at Tempe, 1:10 p.m. (Fox Sports West)
- Thursday, April 2 at Anaheim, 7:05 p.m. (Prime Ticket)
- Friday, April 3 at Anaheim, 7:05 p.m. (Fox Sports West)
- Saturday, April 4 at Dodger Stadium, 6:10 p.m. (KCOP)
Depending on your sports package, you may be able to watch the following Dodgers spring games through the opponent broadcast. These in theory should be blacked out, like the various MLB Network spring broadcasts of Dodgers games will be. But with these on various channels it might be worth checking in case someone at the switch is asleep at the wheel:
- Friday, March 6 at Brewers (Fox Sports Wisconsin)
- Sunday, March 15 at Mariners (ROOT Sports)
- Saturday, March 21 at Rangers in San Antonio (Fox Sports Southwest)
- Saturday, March 21 at Rockies (ROOT Sports)
- Thursday, March 26 "at" White Sox (CSN Chicago)
- Tuesday, March 21 vs. White Sox (CSN Chicago)
It's worth noting here that there are no blackouts on MLB.tv during spring training.