ESPN will simulcast Vin Scully’s call of the fourth inning tomorrow night. (No blackout.)

Tonight’s game against the San Francisco Giants is on ESPN2. It won’t be blacked out in SportsNet LA markets.

Tomorrow’s game against the Giants is on ESPN. It won’t be blacked out, either.

Better yet, ESPN will simulcast Vin Scully’s call of the fourth inning on SportsNet LA. For some, it will be their last chance to hear Scully call a game live. He is retiring after the season, in case you hadn’t heard.

The Spanish-language voice of the Dodgers, Jamie Jarrín, will join Jon Sciambi and Rick Sutcliffe in the booth during Wednesday’s game.

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Watch: Joc Pederson, Dodgers featured in a series called “Out Of My League.”

If you’ve been to Dodger Stadium, you’ll recognize the setting for “Out Of My League,” a six-episode series on AwesomenessTV.

After its premiere on Monday, September 19th, “Out of My League” debuts episodes every Monday through the finale on October 24th, the day before Game One of the World Series. Joc Pederson filmed some scenes for the finale.

An Awesomeness press release offered the following blurb: “Shot in and around legendary Dodger Stadium, “Out of My League” follows Claire (Luthringshausen), a die-hard Dodgers fan visiting her dad in LA for the summer, and Chase (Redmon), a surfer who knows little about baseball. Claire is doing a good job avoiding distractions while spending her days at the ballpark rooting on her team, until she meets Chase and both of their worlds are turned upside down.”

Check out the trailer above, which includes a peek at Pederson’s cameo.

AwesomenessTV can be watched on its dedicated YouTube channel, Netflix, Hulu and more.

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Rich Hill says near-perfect game is ‘something that I probably won’t talk about for a long time.’

Dodgers pitcher Rich Hill told MLB Network Radio on SiriusXM today that Saturday’s perfect game bid, from which he was removed after seven innings because of concerns over a finger blister, is “something that I probably won’t talk about for a long time.”

Enjoy his brief thoughts, then, while you can:

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Watch: Vin Scully calls the end of Matt Moore’s no-hit bid.

Vin Scully didn’t get to call a no-hitter last night after all. That’s OK.

Hearing Scully call Corey Seager‘s single with two outs in the ninth inning Thursday, the Dodgers’ only hit against Matt Moore in a 4-0 loss, was enough of a reward for anyone who watched the game on SportsNet LA. See for yourself:

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