Dodgers vs Giants: How to Watch Tonight’s Game on ESPN, Betting Odds & More!
The Dodgers and Giants will kickoff the second half of their respective seasons in style tonight on ESPN. The All-Star break is always a nice respite for the players, but now, it’s time to get back to business. LA enters the game with the best record in the National League (60-30). San Francisco sputtered a bit in the early part of July, losing back-to-back series against the White Sox and Arizona, but enter the game with a 7-3 record in their last ten games.
Every Dodgers-Giants game is must-see TV and ESPN will be sending their A-team to cover baseball’s best rivalry.
How to Watch
Tonight game at Dodger Stadium will be solely broadcasted on ESPN, SportsNet LA will not be airing the game. According to the latest ESPN+ show listing, the game will not be available on ESPN’s streaming service either. At the moment, SportsNet LA doesn’t have a condensed version of the game scheduled, but it’s sure to pop up in the coming days.
Karl Ravech will be calling the play-by-play with Eduardo Perez serving as the in booth analyst. Buster Olney will be reporting from the field.
Dodgers pitching swingman Mitch White will be opposed by Giants All-Star Carlos Rodón in the first game of the four-game series. Rodón owns a 2.84 ERA in the month of July, including a complete game masterpiece against the Padres. White was tagged for six earned runs and ten hits against the Cardinals. He has yet to pitch against the Giants this year.
Dodgers-Giants Betting Odds
As of 2PM PT, the Dodgers are favored (-1.5) and for those wanted to forgo the spread, LA is -130 to win the game. The over-under total is. 7.5, with the under slightly favored (-106).
Mookie Betts, Will Smith, and Joc Pederson all have equal odds to hit a home run in the game (+550).
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