If you’re looking to watch your World Champion Los Angeles Dodgers this weekend, we’ve got you covered!
Saturday’s matchup against the Chicago Cubs will be nationally televised on FOX with first pitch set for 4:15 PM PT. Julio Urias (9-3, 3.99 ERA) toes the rubber for the Dodgers against Cubs’ right-hander Alec Mills (3-1, 5.18 ERA). Locally, FOX is channel 11.
As for Sunday, the Dodgers and Cubs wrap up a 4 game series with another nationally broadcast game. Moreover, ESPN will be the exclusive provider for this game with Matt Vasgersian and Alex Rodriguez on the play by play and veteran MLB insider Buster Olney reporting from the field.
First pitch on Sunday is set for 4:08 PM PT with Clayton Kershaw (8-7, 3.43 ERA) facing Adbert Alzolay (4.19 ERA) at Dodger Stadium.
ESPN’s Buster Olney Worried About MLB’s Future, Backs Off on Dodgers as ‘Greatest Team Ever’
MLB insider and ESPN senior writer Buster Olney joins Dodgers Nation to discuss the state of the boys in blue coming off getting swept in San Diego. Among other topics, Buster talks about how good the Giants are and the NL West as a whole.
Getting into the broader MLB stuff, the veteran scribe shares his thoughts on Rob Manfred, the league, and its relationship with players and the MLBPA. Plus, his worry for baseball starting on time in 2022.
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