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San Francisco Giants vs Los Angeles Dodgers Live Stream: Watch MLB 2014 Online, TV Schedule, Radio Stations (Start Time)

( [email protected] ) Apr 04, 2014 07:28 PM EDT
The Los Angeles Dodgers will host the San Francisco Giants Saturday April 5 at 1:10 p.m. PT at the Dodger Stadium as the second game continues today.

The Los Angeles Dodgers will host the San Francisco Giants Saturday April 5 at 1:10 p.m. PT at the Dodger Stadium as the second game continues today.

The Giants (4-1) handing the Dodgers an 8-4 loss in the season opener yesterday. Nine consecutive batters reached base with two outs in the first inning as San Francisco scored six runs, with Michael Morse and Ryan Vogelsong each contributing two-run singles. It was the Giants' highest-scoring first inning among the 448 games they have played at Dodger Stadium.

The Giants have scored 31 runs in their first five games, 23 with two outs.

Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig was scratched from the starting lineup for Friday's home opener after arriving late and was replaced by Matt Kemp, who had been activated from the disabled list earlier in the day.

The Dodgers (4-2) won the National League West in 2013 by 11 games -- the largest margin by any division champion since 2011. But while the Giants finished 16 games behind them, Los Angeles was just 8-11 against San Francisco, its worst mark against an NL West foe.

Giants's fans can watch today's game on CSN-BA or FS1 and listen to radio broadcast on KNBR 680, KTRB 860. Dodgers's fans can watch it on SportsNet LA or FS1 and listen to radio at KLCA 570. Click here for the full list of Dodgers' radio network.

You can also watch the live Stream at MLB TV. Fans can sign up for the MLB.TV Premium ($129.99 a year, $29.99 a month) or MLB.TV ($109.99 and $19.99) packages, which let you watch every live out-of-market game during the regular season over an ever-growing array of mobile and connected devices. MLBAM already has made MLB.TV Premium subscriptions available across more than 400 supported mobile and connected devices, and Xbox One and Playstation 4 have been added to the list.

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