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Freeway Series schedule, TV times & pitching matchups for Dodgers vs. Angels

Spring training ends with three games in Southern California.

Los Angeles Dodgers v Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Kenta Maeda starts Thursday night for the Dodgers to open the Freeway Series agains the Angels in Anaheim.
Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images

The Dodgers and Angels meet again for the exhibition Freeway Series beginning Thursday night in Anaheim. Here is a look at the three games, with details on the game times, pitching matchups, and television broadcast information.

Three more games will end the Dodgers’ spring at a whopping 38 games, with an off day Sunday to prepare for opening day Monday at Dodger Stadium.

We are now at the point of the season that every Dodgers game will be televised through the end of the season, but for the many without SportsNet LA these three Freeway Series games provide an opportunity to watch the Dodgers in the Los Angeles area by tuning into the Angels’ broadcast, which is spread across three networks over three days.

Here is the schedule for the Freeway Series:

Thursday, 7:07 p.m. at Anaheim
Kenta Maeda vs. Yusmeiro Petit
TV: SportsNet LA, KCOP

Friday, 7:07 p.m. at Anaheim
Rich Hill vs. Garrett Richards
TV: SportsNet LA, Prime Ticket

Saturday, 6:10 p.m. at Dodger Stadium
Brandon McCarthy vs. Jesse Chavez
TV: SportsNet LA, Fox Sports West

Hyun-jin Ryu is also expected to pitch in Saturday’s game, with both he and McCarthy expected to pitch roughly three innings each in their final tuneups for the regular season.