2014 is going to be an exciting season for the Los Angeles Dodgers on and off the field. After a close call in 2013, the Dodgers return their core group of players and will allow fans even more access to them behind the scenes.
On February 25, SportsNet LA is set to launch, which will provide fans with 24-hour coverage of the Dodgers. All Spring Training games will air on the channel along with all 162 regular season games. “Access: SportsNet Dodgers” will air nightly along with “Backstage: Dodgers” weekly as Dodger fans will get to see their favorite players in a new light.
However, negotiations continue with cable providers as Time Warner Cable customers are the only ones who have access to the channel right now. With Spring Training set to start over the weekend and Opening Day pushed up, negotiations are sure to go down to the wire.
For those interested in telling their cable providers they want SportsNet LA, head over to INeedMyDodgers.com to make your voices heard.
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