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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.

2 Dodgers-Padres games next week on ESPN

ESPN will nationally televise two of the three Dodgers-Padres games from Petco Park in San Diego — Monday, June 21, and Wednesday, June 23.

Dodgers-Pirates finale is exclusively on YouTube

Details on how to watch the Los Angeles Dodgers play the Pittsburgh Pirates on MLB’s YouTube channel on Thursday morning.

Dodgers-Cubs on June 27 picked for ESPN ‘Sunday Night Baseball’

ESPN added the Dodgers-Cubs game on June 27 at Dodger Stadium as an exclusive ‘Sunday Night Baseball’ telecast, moving the start time from 1:10 p.m. to 4:10 p.m. PT. Plus, a look at the remaining nationally televised games for the Dodgers.

Dodgers-Giants on ESPN ‘Sunday Night Baseball’ on September 5

The Dodgers and Giants will play on ESPN ‘Sunday Night Baseball’ on September 5 from Oracle Park in San Francisco.

Dodgers-Padres on Sunday gets dual ESPN treatment

How to watch the series finale of the Dodgers and Padres on Sunday, which will be televised nationally by both ESPN and ESPN2.

Dodgers 2021 games on national TV

Los Angeles Dodgers games on national television in 2021, including games on Fox, FS1, and ESPN.

Dodgers hire Kirsten Watson for broadcast team

Kirsten Watson is joining the Dodgers as a reporter and host for both television and radio broadcasts, including SportsNet LA studio work plus pre- and postgame shows.

Alanna Rizzo leaves the Dodgers

Alanna Rizzo, who reported for the Dodgers for SportsNet LA since 2014, will leave for personal reasons, after seven seasons.

2020 World Series documentary plays the hits

A review of the 2020 World Series documentary, narrated by Vin Scully, which celebrates the Dodgers’ first championship in 32 years.

Dodgers-Rockies Opening Day in 2021 will be on ESPN

The Dodgers will open their 2021 season on ESPN, playing the Rockies on Opening Day at Coors Field in Denver.

Joe Davis on the ‘unique challenge’ of calling road baseball games from home

Dodgers play-by-play broadcaster discussed the uniqueness of the 2020 MLB season, and the challenges of calling some baseball games from a studio rather than at the ballpark.

Dodgers 2020 national television schedule

A look at the Dodgers’ national television games for 2020, including games on ESPN, Fox, FS1, and TBS.

Scully calls featured in MLB Network series debut

Several of Vin Scully’s most famous calls will be highlighted in the first episode of ‘The Sounds of Baseball,’ a new series on MLB Network.

Justin Turner meets a young baseball expert on NBC’s ‘Little Big Shots’

Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner meets a 6-year-old baseball expert and fan this week on ‘Little Big Shots,’ which will air Sunday night on NBC.

Today on TV: Kershaw’s MLB debut, and Blue Monday

A trio of Dodgers games are on TV on Thursday, including Clayton Kershaw’s major league debut and Game 5 of the 1981 NLCS against the Expos in Montreal.

Jackie Robinson week at MLB Network

Plenty recent Dodgers games from past April 15 airing in the coming days.

Dodgers games will finally be on DirecTV and AT&T after deal with SportsNet LA

Dodgers games will be on DirecTV and AT&T after SportsNet LA reached a carriage deal, seven years in the making.

Herman Munster, the forgotten Dodger

A look back at an old episode of ‘The Munsters,’ in which Herman Munster tries out for the Dodgers, but proves to be too good at baseball, and hilarity ensues.

There’s at least some Dodgers baseball to watch on opening day

Clayton Kershaw’s opening day shutout of the Giants in 2013, in which he also hit a home run, will be televised again this Thursday, among a group of classic opening day games on MLB Network.

A look at the Dodgers’ national television schedule for 2020

A breakdown of the Dodgers games in 2020 televised nationally by Fox, FS1, and ESPN.

How to watch Dodgers vs. Nationals NLDS

Series will be aired exclusively on TBS

YouTube will exclusively stream Dodgers-Phillies on July 18

It’s one of 13 games to be streamed by the platform

Ten Dodgers games to be simulcast on local television

The Los Angeles Dodgers announced that local over-the-air television station KTLA-5 will simulcast 10 selected 2019 games, all in the first half of the season.

Dodgers add Tim Neverett, extend Charley Steiner

The Dodgers announced Monday that Tim Neverett will join the team’s broadcast team in 2019. Also, the club extended Charley Steiner through the 2021 season.

Do you have home video celebrating the 1988 playoffs?

Mandalay Sports Media and Major League Baseball are teaming up for a documentary on the 1988 Dodgers’ playoff run during this year’s MLB playoffs. They are in search of home video from that year’s postseason, with a focus on Game 1 for obvious reasons. It will air on Fox Sports 1 on October 10.

‘Only in Hollywood’ captures the spirit of the 1988 Dodgers

Documentary will air Sunday night on MLB Network