LOS ANGELES — The Dodgers’ July 30 game against the Giants has been selected by ESPN as its ‘Sunday Night Baseball’ contest.
The game against the Giants will be moved from a 1:10 p.m. PT start to a 5 p.m. first pitch. It is the end of a three-game series against the Giants, and the end of a 10-game homestand for the Dodgers, who are 39-11 at Dodger Stadium this season, including 18 wins in their last 19 home games.
Dan Shulman, Aaron Boone, and Jessica Mendoza will call the game for ESPN, with reporter Buster Olney also on the broadcast. Online streaming is available through WatchESPN.
This is the first time the Dodgers — who entered the All-Star break with the best record in baseball (61-29) — are on ‘Sunday Night Baseball’ this season, though their Apr. 10 game against the Cubs — a Monday game, the Cubs’ home opener — was effectively a SNB game, with the same crew and ESPN exclusivity, just one day later than normal.