There’s good news Thursday for Dodger fans who haven’t been able to watch games on television because they don’t have Spectrum cable.
The cable provider has reached an agreement to simulcast another six games on broadcast station KTLA.
All six of the games are on Tuesdays, beginning with the Aug. 22 game at Pittsburgh. The next two games being simulcast will be against the Arizona Diamondbacks, then the San Francisco Giants, the Philadelphia Phillies and the San Diego Padres.
Dodger games are primarily shown only on Spectrum’s SportsNet LA channel, meaning people with other cable or satellite services do not have access to the broadcasts.
In other news, the Dodgers are seeking field name sponsorship offers.