|August 19, 2022 10:10 pm ET||Bally Sports Florida, Spectrum SportsNet LA||Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles|
To say the Dodgers are hot is an understatement. The team appears to be cruising towards an NL West crown having won 8 of their last 10 games. Although the offense gets all the attention, LA’s pitching staff has the best ERA in all of baseball, and just broke a record as the only MLB team in the last 40 years to have 4 different starters with multiple no-hit bids of 5.0+ IP in the same season.
The Miami Marlins head into Dodger Stadium for a weekend series headed in the opposite direction having lost 7 times in their last 10 outings. Nevertheless, MLB fans will want to tune in to watch the Dodgers vs. Marlins games to see if the Dodgers can pad their lead in the NL standings. There are two ways to live stream this series, which vary based on location.
If you live in SoCal, or Florida, the only way to watch the Dodgers vs. Marlins series is with DIRECTV STREAM “Choice.” Out-of-market, MLB fans can watch the series on MLB.TV.
If you are looking for the best way to watch this game live online for free, including on your mobile phone, DIRECTV STREAM is currently offering a 5 day free trial.
What channels will carry Dodgers vs. Marlins?
The Dodgers vs. Marlins series this weekend will air on Bally Sports Florida and Spectrum SportsNet LA.
|DIRECTV STREAM – Choice||DIRECTV STREAM||Fubo||Hulu + Live TV||Sling Orange & Blue||YouTube TV|
|Bally Sports Florida|
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Predictions for the Dodgers vs. Marlins series
Our editorial team likes the Dodgers to continue their winning ways and to sweep the Marlins. The east to west travel could be a tough adjustment for a Marlins team that has struggled as of late.
In game one of the series, we have the Dodgers in a blowout 8-2.
How to watch Dodgers vs. Marlins on DIRECTV STREAM
How to watch Dodgers vs. Marlins on MLB.TV
If you don’t live in Florida or SoCal, you can watch the Dodgers vs. Marlins series out-of-market on MLB.TV.