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Dodgers 2010s playoff highlights televised this week

A glimpse at the TV schedule this week

Celebrities At The Los Angeles Dodgers Game Photo by Mark Sullivan/WireImage

Quite a few old, and some not-so-old, Dodgers games will be available for rewatch, either on television or online in some fashion.

We have our thrice-weekly watch parties here. This week, we’ll see Hideo Nomo’s no-hitter on Tuesday, Game 3 of the 1988 NLCS on Thursday, and some game (TBD) on Saturday, all watched via YouTube.

In addition, and MLB Network have continued to show old games; Game 4 of the 1988 NLCS was Sunday morning, for instance. For those with SportsNet LA — that includes DirecTV and AT&T U-verse subscribers now — there are several Dodgers playoff wins from the 2010s on this week, too.

Here’s a look at various Dodgers games — some wins, some losses — available to watch over the next week. All times PT.


6 p.m. (SportsNet LA): 2017 NLCS Game 2 — Justin Turner’s walk-off home run, 29 years to the day after the last Dodgers postseason walk-off home run.


9 a.m. (MLB Network): Dodgers at Reds, Sept. 16, 1988 — LA lost this one, but it is notable because Cincinnati starter Tom Browning pitched a perfect game. Tim Belcher pitched one of his best games of the season, allowing one unearned run in eight innings (his game score of 80 was tied for his highest of that year), but got tagged with the tough-luck loss.

3:30 p.m. (SportsNet LA): 2013 NLDS Game 4 — Juan Uribe tries to bunt twice, while Craig Kimbrel watched from the bullpen.


6 p.m. (SportsNet LA): 2018 NLCS Game 2 — Down a run and six outs away from a 2-0 series deficit, Turner rescued the Dodgers again with a two-run home run off Jeremy Jeffress.


9 a.m. ( Cardinals at Dodgers, Apr. 23, 1999 — Fernando Tatis hit two grand slams in the same inning, both off Chan Ho Park.

9 a.m. (MLB Network): Giants at Dodgers, Oct. 2, 2004 — Steve Finley’s division-clinching walk-off grand slam.

11 a.m. (MLB Network): Dodgers at Giants, May 3, 2013 — Clayton Kershaw vs. Barry Zito in San Francisco, won by a Buster Posey walk-off home run.

1 p.m. & 8 p.m. (MLB Network): Giants at Dodgers, June 20, 2019 — LA hit four doubles and three home runs, then held on to beat San Francisco.

8 p.m. (SportsNet LA): 2017 NLCS Game 5 — Kiké Hernandez hit three home runs in a blowout win at Wrigley Field, sending the Dodgers to their first World Series since 1988.


4 p.m. (SportsNet LA): 2018 World Series Game 3 — 18 innings. Max Muncy.


6 p.m. (SportsNet LA): 2016 NLDS Game 5 — A wonderful duel with the Nationals in Washington D.C., down to the wire with Clayton Kershaw coming out of the bullpen in relief of Kenley Jansen.


6 p.m. (SportsNet LA): 2017 World Series Game 4 — The sign-stealing Astros lost one of their nine home games during the 2017 postseason. It was started by Alex Wood.

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