The Dodgers will be playing just 60-games during this regular season, but SportsNetLA will be thee for every step of the way. Plus with the new deal with DirecTV, games will be more accessible than they have been in a very long time.
The organization and SportsNet LA released their coverage schedule below, read more from the press release courtesy of the Los Angeles Dodgers and SNLA.
The network’s live game coverage will feature 55 regular season and three exhibition games, beginning with the Dodgers first exhibition game on July 19 vs. the Arizona Diamondbacks at 6:10 p.m. SportsNet LA’s regular-season game coverage will begin on Friday, July 24 when the Dodgers host the San Francisco Giants at 6:40 p.m. at Dodger Stadium.
Dodgers games on SportsNet LA will be called by Joe Davis and Dodgers legend Orel Hershiser. Dodgers reporter Alanna Rizzo will serve as field reporter for SportsNet LA, while also contributing to the network’s live and original programming. The Dodgers broadcast team will call all games – home and away – from Dodger Stadium.
Throughout the exhibition and regular season, the network’s studio coverage will begin one-hour prior to every Dodgers game with LeadOff LA, followed by Access SportsNet: Dodgers airing 30-minutes before game time. Both shows will feature player interviews, team highlights and in-depth analysis. Access SportsNet: Dodgers postgame coverage will include game highlights, postgame interviews from the Dodgers clubhouse and in-depth analysis from SportsNet LA’s expert studio team.
For the network’s 55 regular season and three exhibition Spanish language telecasts, Dodgers legend Fernando Valenzuela will serve as an analyst alongside veteran team play-by-play announcer Pepe Yñiguez on most games.
The 2020 SportsNet LA regular-season broadcast schedule is available here.