Dodgers Vs. Giants: Pitching Matchups, Game Time, TV Info & More

The Los Angeles Dodgers take on the San Francisco Giants in what should be a pivotal series between the two West Coast rivals. The Dodgers currently lead the Giants by a game and a half and will host them in a crucial three-game swing.

Clayton Kershaw (11-6, 2.90 ERA) starts the opener for the Dodgers, facing Madison Bumgarner (13-7, 2.97 ERA) on Monday night at 7:10 p.m.. You can watch the game on ESPN2 or Fox Sports Net Prime Ticket.

On Tuesday, it's Joe Blanton (8-11, 4.96 ERA) taking to the mound to face Tim Lincecum (6-12, 5.45 ERA) on Tuesday night at 7:10 p.m.. This game should be available on KCAL.

Also on KCAL will be the series finale on Wednesday, when it's Chris Capuano (11-8, 3.14 ERA) facing Matt Cain (12-5, 2.90 ERA) at 7:10 p.m. from Dodgers Stadium.

The game should also be available on radio on 570 AM and 1020 AM for all three contests.

The Dodgers will still have to play the Giants in two more series (each of which is also three games), including the last three games of the year in Los Angeles.

Talk about the series with Dodgers fans over at True Blue LA, and with Giants fans at McCovey Chronicles.

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