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Dodgers-Giants game June 21 tabbed for ESPN 'Sunday Night Baseball'

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Buster Olney will be at Dodger Stadium at least twice in June.
Buster Olney will be at Dodger Stadium at least twice in June.
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LOS ANGELES -- The Dodgers' game on June 21 against the Giants at Dodger Stadium has been switched from a 1:10 p.m. start to a 5:08 p.m. game, and will be exclusively televised on ESPN Sunday Night Baseball, the network announced on Wednesday.

This will be the Dodgers' second Sunday home game in three weeks on ESPN, with the network also televising the June 7 game against the Cardinals.

Dan Shulman will call the game for ESPN, joined by analysts John Kruk and Curt Schilling, and Buster Olney reporting from the dugouts. The game will also be broadcast on ESPN Radio, with Jon Sciambi on play-by-play and Chris Singleton as analyst.

ESPN announced their Sunday night selections through July 19, with the exception of July 5. Future selections will be made later in the season.

The Dodgers still have two Sunday games with times to be determined - August 2 at home against the Angels, and August 30 at home against the Cubs.