Dodgers-Nationals NLDS broadcast information.

Harold Reynolds

Harold Reynolds (left), Kenny Albert and Tom Verducci will share the broadcast booth on Fox Sports 1 for games 1 and 2 of the Dodgers-Nationals series. (Getty Images)

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Colleague Tom Hoffarth has the goods on who will be narrating the Dodgers’ National League Division Series against the Nationals in his media column today:

We regret to inform that, while Kenny Albert is doing play-by-play and Tom Verducci is on as a booth analyst, Harold Reynolds will also sit at the adults’ table on the call for Games 1 and 2 of the Dodgers’ National League Division Series opener at Washington, starting at 2:30 p.m. Friday, with Game 2 at 1 p.m. Saturday, both on FS1.

Charley Steiner and Rick Monday have the entire nine innings on radio via the Dodgers’ KLAC-AM (570).
Vin Scully has the rest of his life off.

When Game 3 comes around Monday at Dodger Stadium — first pitch is to be determined since L.A. and San Francisco will each have home games that day and there may not be a Game 4 in either American League Division Series — it’ll switch to the MLB Network with Bob Costas, Jim Kaat and Jon Paul Morosi. Be prepared now to locate it. For those who don’t normally have it, MLB Net is offering a free preview for those with DirecTV, Dish, Frontier and Verizon FiOS from Thursday to Tuesday. For those who are still in the dark about where it is on their system, go to www.FindMLBNetwork.com. Or trust you’ll find it on AT&T U-verse (1634), DirecTV (213), Dish (152) and Frontier (586). The channel varies on Spectrum, Cox, Comcast and Charter.

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NLDS start times announced for Dodgers-Nationals series.

The Dodgers and Washington Nationals will begin Game 1 of their National League Division Series at 2:30 p.m. (PT) Friday at Nationals Park. Game 2 is 1 p.m. Saturday.

Start times for the rest of the series have not been announced. Game 3 is Monday at Dodger Stadium, followed by an if-necessary Game 4 on Tuesday. Game 5, if needed, will be played a week from Thursday in D.C.

Fox Sports 1 holds the broadcasting rights to the series. Game 3 will also be telecast on MLB Network, which the network says will be offered as a “free preview” to subscribers across multiple platforms in each team’s home territory.

From the network’s press release:

In time for its two exclusive National League Division Series game telecasts, a free preview of MLB Network will be offered to video customers of AT&T U-verse, Comcast, Cox, DIRECTV, DISH Network, Frontier, RCN and Verizon FiOS from Thursday, October 6 through Tuesday, October 11. The free preview is in addition to MLB Network’s existing distribution with the top video providers in the U.S., and it will make MLB Network’s Division Series game telecasts accessible to more viewers than any prior year.

 

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MLB Network channel on SiriusXM will air a Vin Scully special on Monday.

SiriusXM will air a two-hour tribute special dedicated to the extraordinary broadcasting career of Vin Scully this Monday at 2 p.m., the network announced.

Scully’s last game behind the mic is Sunday in San Francisco.

Here are a few details about the program from a SiriusXM press release:

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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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