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Dodgers upcoming national TV broadcast schedule

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After Thursday night’s Dodgers-Giants series opener was exclusively televised by ESPN, let’s take a look at some upcoming national television broadcast for the rest of the season.

  • Saturday: Dodgers-Giants will be exclusively on Fox, with Joe Davis and Eric Karros on the call
  • August 2: Dodgers at Giants is a full national telecast on TBS, with Brian Anderson, Jeff Francoeur & Allie LaForce on the call. That means no blackouts, and because TBS games aren’t exclusive, SportsNet LA will also televise the game locally
  • August 7: Dodgers vs. Padres is the ESPN Sunday Night Baseball game
  • August 17: The third of four Dodgers-Brewers games in Milwaukee will be televised by FS1, though not exclusive, so SportsNet LA will also have the game
  • August 28: The Dodgers are on Peacock for the first time, a 9 a.m. PT Sunday morning game against the Marlins in Miami. That’s an exclusive broadcast that also requires a premium subscription.
  • September 4: Déjà vu? Dodgers vs. Padres on ESPN Sunday Night Baseball

Those are the known national broadcasts for now. The Dodgers aren’t on any Apple TV Friday night broadcasts in August, with September still to be announced. The ESPN games for the final four Sundays haven’t yet been revealed, and Fox still has open slots for the final three Saturdays of the season.


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