Where can I Watch the Dodgers Game?
You don’t need cable to stream Dodgers games, whether you like the team or want to watch them live. This guide will tell you how to stream Dodger games and which channels show them.
Since the Dodgers play in a big market, they are often shown on national TV. Watch them on ESPN, FOX, FS1, TBS, and the MLB Network.
Spectrum SportsNet LA
All Major League Baseball games not shown on national TV are on SportsNet LA, owned by the Los Angeles Dodgers and Charter Communications. It also offers a variety of news stories and interviews about the team.
There are a lot of voices on the network’s Dodgers broadcasts. Joe Davis calls the plays, and Orel Hershiser gives color commentary. They are joined by Charley Steiner, Rick Monday, Nomar Garciaparra, Jerry Hairston Jr., John Hartung, Tim Neverett, Kirsten Watson, and Adrian Gonzalez, among other Dodgers players and personalities.
Several original shows about the Dodgers are also on the network, such as Timeless Dodgers and Dodgers Squeeze Play. Also, it shows games from spring training. Spectrum SportsNet LA is available to people in the Los Angeles area who have Charter Spectrum TV Select or AT&T U-Verse.
SportsNet LA On AT&T U-Verse
With DIRECTV or AT&T U-Verse, fans of the Los Angeles Dodgers can watch their favorite team on SportsNet LA. All Dodger games are shown on the channel, which can be seen in Southern California, Las Vegas, and Hawaii.
The Dodgers and SportsNet LA signed a carriage deal on Wednesday. This means that DirecTV, U-verse TV, and AT&T TV customers can now watch the network. It will be the first time that the channel is carried in more than half of Southern California. It has only been available on Spectrum cable for the past six years.
It also gives Dodgers fans a chance to relive some of the most memorable parts of the team’s history, both recent and old, through the network’s wide range of classic games and original shows. The channel’s pregame studio shows include “Leadoff LA” and “Access SportsNet: Dodgers,” which won an Emmy Award. After the game, the SportsNet LA studio team shows full game highlights, player interviews, and in-depth analysis.
SportsNet LA On Charter Spectrum
The Los Angeles Dodgers play their home games on SportsNet LA, a local channel. It has information about the team 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including live game broadcasts, highlights, news, and analysis.
Spectrum SportsNet shows more than 130 live events every year. It has exclusive, high-definition coverage of the Lakers, LA Galaxy, Los Angeles Sparks, and the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) from its studio in Burbank, CA.
Access SportsNet, the network’s signature daily studio show, includes pre-and post-game shows like “Access SportsNet: Lakers,” “Access SportsNet: Galaxy,” and “Access SportsNet: Sparks.” In addition to games, Spectrum SportsNet also shows the Pro Footvolley Tour and several other sports events. It is also the home of “#LakeShow,” the daily Lakers show based on social media.
SportsNet LA On DirecTV
Spectrum SportsNet LA made a deal with DirecTV and AT&T in April so that its customers could watch the Dodgers regional sports network. This means that people in Southern California, Las Vegas, and Hawaii who have DirecTV, U-verse TV, or AT&T TV Now can watch Dodger games on SportsNet LA.
The channel started airing in 2014 after making a 25-year deal with Time Warner Cable, which Charter Communications later bought. But it ran into trouble with pay-TV providers because it had a high carriage fee. More than half of the Los Angeles market couldn’t watch SportsNet LA.
Live Dodger games are shown on the network, with play-by-play commentary from Joe Davis and former Dodgers pitcher Orel Hershiser. You’ll also hear other voices, like those of Nomar Garciaparra, Rick Monday, Tim Neverett, Kirsten Watson, and Adrian Gonzalez.
SportsNet LA On U-Verse
Fans in Southern California and Las Vegas can now watch Dodgers games on SportsNet LA. U-Verse, DirecTV, and AT&T TV customers can now get the network.
When the Dodgers started their regional sports network in 2014, only Time Warner Cable and Charter were willing to carry it. Fans in the rest of the area needed more luck.
Now, though, Spectrum and AT&T have made a deal so that subscribers in Southern California, Las Vegas, and Hawaii can watch SportsNet LA at home. In those areas, AT&T TV, DIRECTV, and U-verse TV will start to carry SportsNet LA on April 8.
SportsNet LA has a full lineup of original shows, studio programming, and live games. Its pregame performance, “Leadoff LA,” and postgame show, “Access SportsNet: Dodgers,” feature Dodgers players and team officials, in-depth analysis, and exclusive interviews.