SNLA releases Dodgers spring training broadcast schedule

Feb 18, 2024; Glendale, AZ, USA;  Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman Max Muncy (13)
Feb 18, 2024; Glendale, AZ, USA; Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman Max Muncy (13) / Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

The Dodgers are just a few short days away from their first spring training game of the year. On Feb. 22, they'll take on the Padres just after noon and give fans their first preview at the team LA has assembled over one of the most exciting offseasons in recent memory.

All 27 games, including two against the Kiwoom Heroes of the KBO and Team Korea and the two comprising the Seoul Series versus the Padres, will be broadcast on SportsNet LA. They released their full schedule this weekend. If you're not already a faithful SportsNet LA viewer, here's how you can tune in starting this week.

Dodgers spring training matchups to be broadcast on SportsNet LA

Below are only a few of the spring training games that will be broadcast on SportsNet LA. They include two exhibition games in Seoul, South Korea ahead of the Seoul Series. Also notable are the Dodgers' first game against the Padres, last against the Angels, matchups against the Giants and Diamondbacks, and Shohei Ohtani's probable first appearances against his old team.




February 22

@ Padres

12:10 PM PST

February 24

@ Angels

12:10 PM

March 7

@ Giants

6:05 PM

March 10

vs. Diamondbacks

1:05 PM

March 16

@ Kiwoom Heroes (exhibition)

8:00 PM

March 18

@ Team Korea (exhibition)

3:00 AM

March 20

@ Padres (Seoul Series)

3:05 AM

March 21

vs. Padres (Seoul Series)

3:05 AM

March 26

@ Angels

6:07 PM

Dave Roberts has said that Ohtani won't appear in the Feb. 22 game against the Padres, so he may also be absent during the Feb. 24 game against the Angels. However, the teams will meet four more times during spring training, including three games to close out camp after the Dodgers return from Korea and before they return to Dodger Stadium for their home opener against the Cardinals on March 28. The later games might also feature the return of Walker Buehler to the mound if he gets his way, though Roberts might have different ideas about that.

The most exciting part of the schedule is undeniably the Seoul Series, when Ohtani will make his Dodgers debut and Yoshinobu Yamamoto will make his MLB debut. The 3:05 AM start times may be a bit difficult for some fans to catch, but they'll be worth it to see these Dodgers on the field in big games to kick off what's bound to be an exciting season.