Also, for those that aren't aware: if you are a T-Mobile customer they give away MLB at Bat for free to customers every spring. This is every audio feed for every game, and TV feeds minus blackout restrictions.
It is nice to see that, in this day and age of division and tribalism, that a SF Giants fan helps out an LA Dodgers fan. Maybe there is hope for our country after all .
Seriously, thanks for your post. Since the Model 3 is not equipped to pick up AM stations, did you tune into an HD station broacasting the game?
You’re very welcome, happy to help. Here’s what I did:
1. I started by saying “Play KNBR”. That brought up the search dialog.
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2. I wanted a radio station, so I tapped the STATIONS tab. The one I wanted was KNBR 680, so I tapped that. That’s when the station started playing, and they were broadcasting a game at that time!
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3. I saved the station as a Favorite, and now it shows up on the Tunein Favorites page.
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I too was born and bred on Dodger Blue and I've been following this thread to see what I have to do to get them. Thanks for the great question @joebruin77, bad enough we don't see the games the way we used to. Now I can get them in the 3.Thank you for the detailed instructions, complete with pictures no less. I really do appreciate the help.
So it looks like you can play your station and your Giants games via Tunein. I tried playing Dodger games using Tunein, but it seems like right when the game comes on, it switches to some talk sports program. I'll give your procedure a shot.
Just thought of another option. I have XM radio on my iPhone . Has anyone been able to get Dodger games via XM radio using the iPhone app?