The Dodgers’ in-person Tim Anderson scouting series will include a nationally-televised game on ESPN. LA’s game against the White Sox at Dodger Stadium on Wednesday, June 14 will be televised exclusively by the network.
It’s the middle game of a three-game series against the White Sox in Los Angeles.
Dodgers-White Sox is the second game of an ESPN doubleheader that night, with the network also exclusively broadcasting Yankees at Mets earlier in the evening, part of a rare handful of non-Sunday exclusive broadcasts for the network.
No word yet on the announcers for the Dodgers-White Sox game, but reporter Alden Gonzalez said he’d be a part of the broadcast from Los Angeles.
The Dodgers have two other exclusive ESPN games during the first half of the season, both on ‘Sunday Night Baseball’ — this weekend (May 7) against the Padres in San Diego, and June 4 against the Yankees at Dodger Stadium.
That series is the first visit by the White Sox to Dodger Stadium since 2017. The Dodgers are 13-15 against Chicago all-time in interleague play, but have won six of the last seven matchups dating to 2017.