Sure there is a major league game going on right now for the Dodgers, but it's also minor league opening day. Here is a quick primer on how to follow the games all season.
MiLB.tv is an option, and with it you get to watch a number of Triple-A Oklahoma City, Double-A Tulsa and Class-A Great Lakes games. It is $50 for the year, or if you bundle it with an MLB.tv subscription the cost comes down to $25. But even if you don't want to make that kind of investment, you can listen to most minor league games for free.
All four full-season Dodgers affiliates are in action on Thursday night, with a pair of major league players sprinkled in too, with Yasmani Grandal in Nashville and Howie Kendrick in Rancho Cucamonga on rehab assignments.
Here is how to follow the Dodgers minor league affiliates.
Triple-A Oklahoma City
Opening day starter: Zach Lee
Opening day starter: Chase De Jong
Class-A Rancho Cucamonga
Opening day starter: Trevor Oaks
Class-A Great Lakes
Opening day starter: Michael Boyle
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