Spectrum SportsNet LA and KTLA 5 to Simulcast 10 L.A. Dodgers Games During the 2019 Season — Here’s the Schedule

Feb 6, 2019  •  Post A Comment

Spectrum Networks and Tribune Media announced an agreement Wednesday to simulcast 10 SportsNet LA Dodgers broadcasts on KTLA 5 during the 2019 Los Angeles Dodgers season, beginning with the April 2 game vs. the San Francisco Giants at 7:10 pm.

The simulcast schedule will feature weeknight and weekend games, including two NLCS rematches against the Milwaukee Brewers, on Friday, April 12, and Thursday, April 18. The schedule for May will include home games vs. the Washington Nationals on Saturday, May 11, and the New York Mets on Monday, May 27, and Thursday, May 30.

SNLA and KTLA 5 will also simulcast matchups with the Philadelphia Phillies on June 1 and the Chicago Cubs on June 15.

KTLA 5 will also air SportsNet LA’s flagship pregame show, “Access SportsNet: Dodgers,” prior to every simulcast game.

Here’s the schedule:

Dodgers Games Simulcast on Spectrum SportsNet LA and KTLA 5:

Date, Game Time, “Access SportsNet,” Opponent                                         

Tuesday, April 2, 7:10pm, 6:30pm, vs. San Francisco Giants

Friday, April 12, 7:10pm, 6:30pm, vs. Milwaukee Brewers

Thursday, April 18, 5:10pm, 4:30pm, at Milwaukee Brewers

Wednesday, April 24, 5:05pm, 4:30pm, at Chicago Cubs

Saturday, April 27, 6:10pm, 5:30pm, vs. Pittsburgh Pirates

Saturday, May 11, 6:10pm, 5:30pm,  vs. Washington Nationals

Monday, May 27, 5:10pm, 4:30pm, vs. New York Mets

Thursday, May 30, 7:10pm, 6:30pm, vs. New York Mets

Saturday, June 1, 7:10pm, 6:30pm, vs. Philadelphia Phillies

Saturday, June 15, 6:10pm, 5:30pm, vs. Chicago Cubs

One Comment

  1. Dodgers attendance was down last year and they are losing a generation of fans. This is the fifth year that 70% of the LA market CANNOT watch Dodgers in TV, because of the incredible greed of Dodger ownership. They signed a multi-billion dollar TV contract with Time Warner (now Spectrum), that would have cost every other cable and satellite provider $10 per month PER SUBSCRIBER!! (not just the 2% of homes that watch Dodgers.) These other systems and their subscribers said NO to the Dodgers absurd price jump. The systems and DirecTV continue to not even miss the Dodgers, and the Dodgers flatly refuse to rework the Spectrum contract, choosing instead to grab the money and disregarding the longer-term consequences of losing a generation of fans.

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