Los Angeles Dodgers fans who don’t have Time Warner Cable SportsNet LA should pay attention to upcoming baseball broadcasts as the Boys in Blue will make an appearance on ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball.
The Dodgers will take on the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday, July 24 at 5 p.m. PT live from Busch Stadium in St. Louis. Fans won’t be able to hear Vin Scully on the microphone, but will get to listen to veteran play-by-play broadcaster Dan Shulman, who will work with Jessica Mendoza and Aaron Boone in the booth.
This is certainly not the first time the Dodgers have been on in primetime. Los Angeles has made five previous appearances on Sunday Night Baseball this season alone.
The National League Western Division is going to get a lot of ESPN screen time as the Arizona Diamondbacks and San Francisco Giants will be the latest matchup on ESPN Sunday, July 10.
— Noah Friedman (@OPannouncer) July 9, 2016
“Sunday Night Baseball – the exclusive, national MLB game of the week – is available on ESPN, WatchESPN, ESPN Radio, ESPN Deportes and ESPN Deportes Radio.”
One week before the festivities kick off in St. Louis, the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees will renew one of the best rivalries in sports on Sunday, July 17.
ESPN has not announced yet whether or not the Dodgers-Cardinals game will be subject to local blackouts. If that is the case, then 70 percent of Dodgers fans will have to suffer through the usual bitterness of not being able to watch their team play on television.
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