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Dodgers TV schedule: Vin Scully calls Friday night's game vs. Giants

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Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- With just one week left to go in Dodgers spring training camp at Camelback Ranch, we are not only inching closer to opening day, but also several chances to see the team on television no matter your television provider.

We are also getting closer to a more regular broadcast schedule, which means more Vin Scully. On Friday night, Scully will make his lone appearance in Arizona this spring, calling the game against the Giants on SportsNet LA.

Charley Steiner and Rick Monday will call Friday night's game on 570 AM radio like a normal Scully broadcast, with Scully simulcast on TV and radio for the first three innings, followed on radio by Steiner and Monday.

The game is Scully's first broadcast of 2015, his record 66th consecutive season calling Dodgers games. But in addition to Scully, the final week and a half before the regular season begins is highlighted by four games against the Angels, all of which will be televised without blackout in the Los Angeles area.

Here is a look at the final 10 days of spring training and your viewing and listening options.

Dodgers remaining 2015 broadcast schedule
Day Date Time Opponent Location TV Radio
Thu March 26 1:05pm White Sox Camelback Ranch SportsNet LA, CSN Chicago*
Fri March 27 7:05pm Giants Camelback Ranch SportsNet LA, NBC Bay Area*
570 AM
Sat March 28 1:10pm Angels Tempe SportsNet LA, Fox Sports West
570 AM
Sun March 29 1:05pm Giants Scottsdale SportsNet LA, CSN Bay Area*
570 AM
Sun March 29 1:05pm Rangers Camelback Ranch TXA-21 (Texas)*
Mon March 30 1:10pm Diamondbacks Salt River SportsNet LA
Tue March 31 1:05pm White Sox Camelback Ranch SportsNet LA, CSN Chicago*
Wed April 1 12:05pm Royals Surprise SportsNet LA
Thu April 2 7:05pm Angels Anaheim SportsNet LA, Prime Ticket
570 AM
Fri April 3 7:05pm Angels Anaheim SportsNet LA, Fox Sports West 570 AM
Sat April 4 6:10pm Angels Dodger Stadium SportsNet LA, KCOP
570 AM, KTNQ
*Game blacked out in Los Angeles area; though no blackouts on MLBtv during spring training