Rockies vs Dodgers: How to live stream, time, where to watch, who will win and all pre-match buzz around the MLB clash

The Rockies will be out to even things up with the Dodgers after the latter swept them in the three-game season earlier


                            Rockies vs Dodgers: How to live stream, time, where to watch, who will win and all pre-match buzz around the MLB clash
Mookie Betts of the Los Angeles Dodgers (Getty Images)

It's an all-out NL West clash on Friday, September 4, as the Los Angeles Dodgers take on the Colorado Rockies. The latter are placed third on the points table while the Dodgers are right on top. The series is quite important for the Rockies and they will have Antonio Senzatela start off the proceedings for them against the Dodgers. Dustin May will be the starting pitcher for Los Angeles when they lock horns at the Dodger Stadium. Here's a quick primer ahead of the all-important game for the Rockies.

Time

The game is slated to start at 9.40 pm ET on Friday, September 4, 2020.

Venue

Both teams will fight it out at the Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, CA.

Where to watch?

ATT SportsNet and SportsNet-LA will be airing the game live. Fans can also listen to the live commentary on KOA 850 AM/ 94.1FM, AM 570 LA Sports, and KTNQ 1020.

How to live stream?

Fans can catch the game on MLB.TV as well as the My Stream App. MLB.TV is still the most preferred app as it comes with a slashed price of $59.99 keeping in mind the shortened season. A complete subscription provides viewers with access to the full regular season, the playoffs, and the World Series. Other options that viewers can look for is YouTube TV that gives access to ESPN, ESPN2, Fox, FS1, MLB Network and TBS at $64.99. Hulu and fuboTV have some similar options available.

Pre-match buzz

The Rockies will be out to even things up with the Dodgers after the latter swept them in the three-game season earlier. Trevor Story leads the pack for the Rockies with nine homers and Charlie Blackmon's team-high RBI of 29 will means they have enough firepower in the offense. Brendan Rodgers will be most likely miss the series due to his shoulder injury. The Dodgers, in the meantime, have been the team to beat this season. They have won eight of their last 10 games with Mookie Betts leading the way having a dozen homers to his tally.

Who will win?

The Los Angeles Dodgers are favorites to take the series. With Betts in scorching form, their batting is pretty sorted and the Dodgers will be keen on getting their pitching on point. We'll be backing the Dodgers to win this.

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