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Dodgers-Pirates June 26 game picked up by ESPN 'Sunday Night Baseball'

Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

ANAHEIM -- The Dodgers will be on national television twice when they visit the Pirates at PNC Park next month. ESPN has picked up the Dodgers-Pirates June 26 game to televise exclusively on 'Sunday Night Baseball.'

The Sunday game will now start at 5:08 p.m. PT. It is the rare wraparound series for the Dodgers with a Monday finale, and that fourth and final game of the series in Pittsburgh is a 9:35 a.m. PT start on getaway day.

The second game of the series, on Saturday, is a 4:15 p.m. PT game that will be televised exclusively by Fox.

So far this season the Dodgers are 1-1 on Sunday Night Baseball, beating the Giants 3-1 on April 17 and falling to the Cardinals 4-3 on Sunday, both home games. The Dodgers are also scheduled for two other 'Sunday Night Baseball' games — May 29 at the Mets in New York and June 12 in San Francisco versus the Giants .

More ESPN 'Sunday Night Baseball' games will be announced later in the season.