Dodgers to Telecast 14 Spring Games

The Dodgers announced their 2010 Spring Training broadcast schedule. Fourteen of the Dodgers' thirty-two spring games will be televised, which is more than the Dodgers and their broadcast partners have ever made available to fans.

    For a number of years the Dodgers broadcast all their spring training games from Vero Beach. But the time difference was out of whack for Los Angeles, with games starting at nine or ten in the morning. Now that the time is more compatible, the games will again be presented.

PRIME TICKET will carry 11 games live, KCAL 9 will broadcast three and the remainder will air on KABC 790, KHJ La Ranchera 930 and the Dodger Radio Network.  

The first telecast of 2010 will air on PRIME TICKET when the Dodgers take on the White Sox at Camelback Ranch – Glendale for their first Spring Training home game.

The March 17 St. Patrick's Day game and the March 20 7:05 p.m. game against San Diego will also air on PRIME TICKET and the 11 televised games are more than the network has ever broadcast for fans.

In an effort to provide more Spring Training games to fans than ever before, PRIME TICKET's "Camelback Vision" telecasts will air with minimized production, as is appropriate for the atmosphere of Spring Training.  

Game announcers for the 11 games on PRIME TICKET will be shared across multiple Dodgers broadcast teams including Play-by-play Announcer Eric Collins alongside Analyst Steve Lyons and Play-by-Play Announcer Charley Steiner alongside Analyst Rick Monday.

  KCAL 9 will televise the Dodgers' March 21 contest against the Cleveland Indians and the March 27 game against Seattle. The network will also broadcast the final game of Spring Training when the Dodgers host the Angels at Dodger Stadium on April 3. Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully will be behind the microphone for all three games.  

Tickets to games at Camelback Ranch – Glendale are available at, by calling 1-800-745-300, or in person at the Camelback Ranch box office Mon. - Fri. from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. For season seats, mini plans, groups and suites, fans can call (623) 303-4000.  

The complete broadcast schedule is as follows:

Day  Date  Start Time  Opponent  H or R  Location  TV  Radio

Friday  3/5  1:05 p.m.  CWS  Road   Glendale  KABC/KHJ/DRN

Saturday  3/6  1:05 p.m.  CWS  Home   PRIME/KHJ/DRN

Sunday  3/7  1:05 p.m.  Cubs  Road   Mesa  KABC/DRN

Monday  3/8  1:05 p.m.  SF  Road Scottsdale KABC

Tuesday 3/9  1:05 p.m.  COL Home  PRIME
Wednesday  3/10  1:05 p.m.  ARI  Home PRIME
Thursday   3/11  1:05 p.m.  KC (ss)  Road Surprise
Friday  3/12  1:05 p.m.  CIN  Home Glendale  PRIME
Saturday  3/13  1:05 p.m.  ARI  Road Tucson  KABC/DRN
                TBD  TAIWAN (ss)  ROAD  TAIWAN
Sunday  3/14  1:05 p.m.  TEX  Home PRIME  KABC/KHJ/DRN
               TBD  TAIWAN (ss)  ROAD  TAIWAN
 Monday  3/15  1:05 p.m.  LAA  Road Tempe
 Tuesday  3/16  Off Day
Wednesday  3/17  1:05 p.m.  CWS  Home PRIME
Thursday  3/18  1:05 p.m.  CHI  Home PRIME
Friday  3/19  7:05 p.m.  SD  Road Peoria  KABC/DRN
Saturday  3/20  1:05 p.m.  TEX (ss)  Road Surprise  KHJ
                1:05 p.m.  SD (ss)  Home PRIME KABC/DRN

Sunday  3/21  1:05 p.m.  CLE  Home KCAL  KABC/KHJ/DRN

Monday  3/22  1:05 p.m.  LAA (ss)  Home PRIME
              1:05 p.m.  MIL (ss)  Road Maryvale
Tuesday  3/23  Off Day
Wednesday  3/24  7:35 PM  OAK  Phoenix  KABC/DRN
                 1:05 p.m.  MIL  Home PRIME
Friday  3/26  1:05 p.m.  KC  Home PRIME  KABC

Saturday  3/27  1:05 p.m.  SEA  Home KCAL  KHJ/DRN

Sunday  3/28  1:05 p.m.  CIN  Road Goodyear  KABC/DRN

Monday  3/29  7:05 p.m.  CLE  Road Goodyear  KABC/DRN

Tuesday  3/30  1:10 p.m.  COL  Road Tucson 
Wednesday  3/31  1:05 p.m.  SF  Home Glendale
Wednesday  3/31  TBD  CIN (ss) Road  Las Vegas  KABC/DRN

Thursday  4/1  7:10 p.m.  CLE  Los Angeles KABC/KHJ/DRN

Friday  4/2  7:05 p.m.  LAA  Road (R15)  Anaheim  KABC/DRN

Saturday  4/3  1:10 p.m.  LAA  L.A.  KCALKABC/KHJ/DRN
Schedule subject to change; (ss) Denotes split 
   squad game; all times listed are local
KHJ/La Ranchera  930 AM
Dodger Radio Network
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