With MLB’s opening day just around the corner, Los Angeles Dodgers fans can’t wait to see the Boys in Blue take the field. Even Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner is counting down the days.

Fortunately for Dodger fans, being able to see the games and hear legendary announcer Vin Scully call games for the last time in his career might become a reality.

Time Warner Cable announced it lowered it’s price per subscriber by 30 percent. It proposed to charge TV distributors $3.40 per subscriber rather than the original $4.90. It is still unclear if DirectTV or other TV distributors will accept the deal, but the Dodgers and it’s fans hope they do.

The Dodgers released the following statement via Twitter.

Opening day is April 4th with the Dodgers opening day following on April 12th. Hopefully a deal can be reached by then.

We even asked on Twitter if fans believe a deal can be reached in time:

Still, the Dodgers have bigger problems on their hands dealing with a handful of injuries. The latest blow? Outfielder Andre Ethier being out 10-14 weeks.

Pitcher Mike Bolsinger being out for opening day:

And catcher Yasmani Grandal has to undergo further tests on his forearm:

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With all these injuries we asked should the Dodgers make a trade? And Dodgers Nation responded:

But some fans are not so quick to make a trade:

Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel: DodgersNation-TV to catch shows like Dodgers Social Media Minute, where this week we featured Adrian Gonzalez trip to Mexico where he participated in the World Baseball Classic.

After a victory it’s only right he gets a bobble head in honor of that game right? Well, CuztomBobbleHeads answered the call.

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