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Three early-season Dodgers games picked for ESPN ‘Sunday Night Baseball’

March 31 vs. Cardinals, April 14 vs. Padres, June 9 at Yankees

MLB: Texas Rangers at Houston Astros Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

The Dodgers will be featured on ESPN’s ‘Sunday Night Baseball’ three times in the first 11 weeks of the 2024 season, including the opening weekend of the regular season against the St. Louis Cardinals on March 31 at Dodger Stadium.

ESPN unveiled a total of nine Sunday telecasts on Wednesday, including every Sunday through the end of April. The other known Dodgers ‘Sunday Night Baseball’ broadcasts to date are April 14 against the Padres in Los Angeles, and June 9 against the Yankees at Yankee Stadium in New York.

‘Sunday Night Baseball’ telecasts are exclusive to ESPN, which means no local TV. That means no SportsNet LA broadcasts for any of these three games, which have 4:10 p.m. PT start times.

Karl Ravech is on play-by-play for ‘Sunday Night Baseball’ telecasts, alongside analysts Eduardo Pérez and David Cone, plus reporter Buster Olney, a group that has called games together for ESPN since the start of 2022.

The Dodgers will also have their first two games of the 2024 season, against the Padres in Seoul, South Korea on March 20-21, televised nationally by ESPN, but those telecasts are not exclusive, and local broadcasts will be available.

The Dodgers were 3-2 in ESPN ‘Sunday Night Baseball’ games in 2023.