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Dodgers media & television

Media information for the Los Angeles Dodgers, including the broadcast teams, television and radio schedules both locally on SportsNet LA and AM 570, and nationally with games on ESPN, Fox Sports, TBS, Peacock, Apple TV+, and YouTube.

Fernando Valenzuela on the 2023 media guide cover

Longtime Dodgers pitcher Fernando Valenzuela is on the cover of the team’s media guide for the 2023 season, when his number 34 will be retired by the team.

Dodgers 2023 national television broadcast schedule

A look at Dodgers games available to watch nationally either on television or streaming services, including games on ESPN, Fox, FS1, TBS, Apple TV+, Peacock, and YouTube.

8 Dodgers games on Fox or FS1 in 2023

Part of the 2023 Fox Sports schedule of MLB broadcasts include six Dodgers Saturday games exclusively on Fox, plus two more on FS1. More games could be added later.

Dodgers-Cardinals April 28 game is on Apple TV+

The Dodgers have one game broadcast on Apple TV+ during the first half of the 2023 season — their Friday, April 28 game hosting the Cardinals at Dodger Stadium.

Dodgers will televise 30 of 32 spring training games

The Dodgers’ 2023 spring training broadcast schedule, including 30 games televised by SportsNet LA, 19 radio games on KLAC AM 570, and eight Spanish-language radio games on KTNQ 1020 AM.

Dodgers-Rays game added to Peacock Sunday morning schedule

The game between the Dodgers and Rays on May 28 at Tropicana Field in Florida will be exclusively broadcast on Peacock, with an 8:35 a.m. PT start, LA’s earliest game of the 2023 season.

Bally Sports bankruptcy could change MLB coverage

With Sinclair’s Bally Sports regional sports networks likely headed for bankruptcy, that could affect nearly half the teams in Major League Baseball, and help spur change in how the sport is covered locally.

Dodgers add Stephen Nelson to TV broadcast team

The Dodgers hired Stephen Nelson to call a portion of games for SportsNet LA, which will mean a reduction in games called by lead announcer Joe Davis.

Three Dodgers games added to TBS first-half schedule

Three Dodgers games will be televised by TBS Tuesday night baseball during the first half of the 2023 season.

Dodgers-Padres on Sunday, May 7 is an ESPN game

The Dodgers and Padres will play Sunday, May 7 at Petco Park in San Diego, a game televised exclusively by ESPN for ‘Sunday Night Baseball.’

Dodgers-Yankees tabbed for ESPN ‘Sunday Night Baseball’

The Dodgers and Yankees in 2023 will play for the first time in four years, with a weekend series at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. The finale of that series, on June 4, will be televised on ESPN ‘Sunday Night Baseball.’

Dodgers-Padres NLDS TV crew: No Joe Davis, yet

The FS1 broadcast crew for the Dodgers-Padres NLDS is Adam Amin on play-by-play, analyst AJ Pierzynski, and reporter Tom Verducci. Joe Davis, who is calling the Braves-Phillies NLDS, will call the NLCS and World Series for Fox.

Dodgers-Mets opener in New York will be televised by TBS

The Dodgers-Mets game on August 30 at Citi Field in New York will be televised nationally by TBS.

A pair of Dodgers games added to ‘Sunday Night Baseball’

Two Dodgers games were added to ESPN ‘Sunday Night Baseball’: June 26 against the Braves in Atlanta, and September 4 against the Padres at Dodger Stadium.

Dodgers broadcasters will call games from LA on road trip

Dodgers broadcasters won’t travel to start the current road trip, instead calling games from Los Angeles after a few positive COVID-19 tests. Plus, updates on Clayton Kershaw, Mookie Betts, and Trea Turner.

Joe Davis on landing his dream job, the World Series

Dodgers broadcaster Joe Davis was promoted to the lead national MLB announcer for Fox Sports, which means he’ll call the World Series beginning in 2022, his dream job since he was a kid.

Joe Davis will call World Series for Fox

Dodgers announcer Joe Davis will call the World Series for Fox, per a report from the New York Post, replacing Joe Buck.

Jaime Jarrín on Dodgers media guide cover

Jaime Jarrín, Hall of Fame Dodgers broadcaster, is on the cover of the team’s media guide for the 2022 season, Jarrín’s 64th and final year behind the microphone.

Peacock premium gets Sunday morning MLB all to itself

Peacock will stream 18 MLB games exclusively on its premium paid subscription service, including the Dodgers’ August 28 game against the Marlins in Miami.

‘Donnie Baseball’ documentary perfectly captures Don Mattingly

The career of former Dodgers manager and Yankees superstar player Don Mattingly is chronicled in "Donnie Baseball," a documentary that airs Sunday on MLB Network.

Dodgers 2022 national TV broadcasts

A look at 2022 Dodgers games on national television, including games on ESPN, Fox, TBS, and Apple TV+.

Dodgers have three games on TBS for ‘Tuesday Night Baseball’

The 2022 season will mark the start of the seven-year rights extension between Turner Sports and Major League Baseball highlighted by a season-long Tuesday night game of the week.

Dodgers games vs. Cubs & Giants exclusively on ESPN

A pair of Dodgers games — one on May 8 at Wrigley Field against the Cubs, another on July 21 at Dodger Stadium against the Giants — will be televised exclusively on ESPN.

Dodgers add Mendoza, Mota, Karros, Willis & González to broadcast team

The Dodgers added Jessica Mendoza, José Mota, Eric Karros, Dontrelle Willis and Adrián González to their broadcast team for SportsNet LA television broadcasts, studio shows, plus English and Spanish radio broadcasts.

MLB ‘Friday Night Baseball’ comes to Apple TV+

Major League Baseball will air two "Friday Night Baseball" games per week on Apple TV+ beginning in 2022, the network announced on Tuesday.

Some MLB weekday games could be on NBC Sports & Apple TV

MLB games potentially on NBC Sports (Paramount) and Apple TV could provide another revenue stream for league owners. That, plus MLBtv talks subscription renewals and Justin Turner opines on Derek Jeter resigning as CEO of the Marlins.

Jaime Jarrín: ‘Doing baseball has been a vacation for me, not work’

Hall of Fame announcer Jaime Jarrín announced that 2022 will be his final season calling Dodgers games, and that he will only call home games next year. "For many years, my priority was baseball first, family second," he said. "Now it will be family first, Dodgers second."

Jaime Jarrín to retire after the 2022 season

Dodgers Hall of Fame announcer Jaime Jarrín, who has called games in Spanish since 1959, the longest-tenured announcer in Major League Baseball, will retire at the end of the 2022 season.

Joe Davis sidelined after positive COVID-19 test

Dodgers play-by-play broadcaster Joe Davis tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss upcoming Dodgers telecasts. Analyst Orel Hershiser, a close contact of Davis, is home quarantining and will also miss games.

Dodgers-Phillies on Wednesday will be on ESPN

The Dodgers and Phillies on Wednesday will play a game that is televised by ESPN, though that national broadcast will be blacked out in the Los Angeles market, in favor of SportsNet LA.

Dodgers-Mets on August 15 is now an ESPN game

The Dodgers-Mets game at Citi Field on August 15 was moved to a 4 p.m. PT start as the exclusive ESPN ‘Sunday Night Baseball’ broadcast.

Dodgers-Giants on ESPN Tuesday

The finale of a two-game series between the Dodgers and Giants on Tuesday at Dodger Stadium will be televised nationally by ESPN, a telecast that won’t be blacked out in local markets.


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