The Los Angeles Dodgers are set to begin a huge three game series with hated rivals the San Francisco Giants on Friday night. The Dodgers currently sit four games behind the Giants and can make up some serious ground if they can take some wins back with them to the City of Angels.

Fans of baseball everywhere will be treated to a huge pitching duel in the first game of the series as MVP hopeful Clayton Kershaw takes on Johnny Cueto.

Dodgers News: Brandon McCarthy Scheduled to Being Rehab Assignment

As if this pitching matchup wasn’t enough, Dodgers fans will get to see the 4th major league start of Julio Urias. Urias performed much better in third start against the Colorado Rockies and will be looking to build upon that success against that team from up north.

Best of all, Dodgers fans will actually be able to watch the teenage phenom pitch as his start on Sunday is set to be televised nationally at 5:30 PM PT on ESPN. Additionally, the Dodgers are scheduled to have two more games played on ESPN the rest of the month.

If everything goes according to plan, fans of the Dodgers will get to watch the team take on the Washington Nationals and Pittsburgh Pirates on June 22nd and 26th respectively.

The first game of the series kicks off Friday night at 7:15 PM PT at AT&T Park in San Francisco.

Latest on Dodgers Nation TV: 2016 All-Star Details

Subscribe on Youtube: Doders Nation TV

About The Author

20 year old with an almost unhealthy obsession with all things pertaining to LA Sports (Except the Clippers). Hip-hop head and gamer in my spare time. You can follow me on Twitter @Twest208

3 Responses

  1. wrongarm

    We will not be able to see tonights game on MLB because it will be blacked out in LA area

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.