Scully, Jarin to Call Postseason

Hall of Fame broadcasters Vin Scully and Jaime Jarrín will call much of the action on the radio for the National League Division Series starting Wednesday, October 7. Dodger broadcasters Rick Monday, Charley Steiner, Fernando Valenzuela, and Pepe Yñiguez will also be on the air for the Dodgers' broadcast partners, KABC 790 and KHJ La Ranchera 930.

    The Dodgers are the only Major League club to feature a pair of Hall of Fame announcers. Scully and Jarrín have called numerous postseason games and 25 World Series apiece.  

Scully, who just completed an unprecedented 60th season behind the microphone for the Dodgers, will call the first three innings and the last three innings exclusively on KABC 790.

Monday and Steiner will host the pregame show and call the middle three innings of action. KABC's Ken Levine and Josh Suchon will host a special half-hour DodgerTalk before the pregame show and an hour-long DodgerTalk on every off day from 6-7 PT in addition to an extended postgame DodgerTalk following each game.  

Jarrín completed his 51st season at the helm of the Dodgers' Spanish-language broadcast and will call the first inning solo before being joined in the booth by Valenzuela for the second and third innings. Valenzuela will remain on the air with Yñiguez for the middle three innings before Jarrin rejoins him in the seventh inning. Jarrín will call the last two innings unaccompanied.  

On television, all NLDS games will be aired on TBS with supplemental news coverage throughout the series from the Dodgers' broadcast partners, KCAL 9 and PRIME TICKET.

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