Monday September 15th, 2014

Time Warner Cable announced on Monday that it would air the final six games of the Dodgers' regular season on a local station in Los Angeles, according to a report from Mark Saxon of ESPN Los Angeles.

According to the Los Angeles Times, the agreement will allow the games to be aired on local station KDOC, permitting millions of viewers in the region whose cable and satellite providers don't carry Time Warner's Sports Net LA to watch.

Vin Scully will call the games, which begin on Sept. 22 and feature two three-game home series against the San Francisco Giants and Colorado Rockies​.

MLB standings: Playoff picture as of Sept. 14

The Dodgers, paced by left-hander Clayton Kershaw, the first pitcher in the league to win 19 games this year, currently lead the National League West by one game over the Giants.

- Christopher Woody

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