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Dodgers vs Royals: How to Watch, Odds, Predictions, and More

As the Kansas City Royals visit Dodger Stadium for the first time in nearly seven years, they face a formidable Los Angeles Dodgers team holding the second-best record in the National League at 42-28. The Dodgers, aiming to bounce back from a recent 3-1 loss to Texas, remain ahead in the National League West with a six-game lead over the San Diego Padres.

Here is today’s lineup:

How to Watch

Time: 7:10 p.m. PT

TV: SportsNet LA

Radio: 570-AM



Moneyline: Royals +124 / Dodgers -148

Over/under: 7.5

Odds courtesy of

Pitching Matchup

Gavin Stone of the Dodgers is 7-2 with a 2.93 ERA and will look to continue his strong performance at home. On the other side, Cole Ragans of the Royals holds a 4-4 record with a 3.08 ERA and has been solid on the road.


The Dodgers’ recent struggle with runners in scoring position was evident as they went 0-for-5 against the Rangers, with Mookie Betts, Shohei Ohtani, and Freddie Freeman being struck out successively by Rangers’ reliever David Robertson in a critical eighth inning.

On the brighter side, rookie outfielder Andy Pages showed promise, hitting a solo home run and maintaining a .404 average over the last 14 games. His contributions have been substantial, with 30 runs, 50 hits, and seven homers this season.

As for the pitching, relievers Alex Vesia and Blake Treinen have been crucial to the Dodgers’ bullpen, which boasts the best ERA in baseball since April 21 at 2.00. Vesia has the best ERA in the Major Leagues over the last two months at 0.37.

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.

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JP Hoornstra

J.P. Hoornstra writes and edits Major League Baseball content for and is the author of 'The 50 Greatest Dodger Games Of All Time.' He once recorded a keyboard solo on the same album as two of the original Doors. Follow at

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