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Dodgers Play Game 1 of NLCS Tonight. Where To Watch And What To Dream About Eating

Parking lots 2 and 3 will be open for drive-in viewing of the National League Championship Series. (Chava Sanchez / LAist)
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The Dodgers are set to face off against the Atlanta Braves at 5 p.m. today in Game One of the National League Championship Series.

The best-of-seven series is being played at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas, one of the bubble sites for the playoffs. The game will be broadcast on Fox and also will be streamed on MLB.TV. Listen on ESPN Radio, Dodgers Radio AM570 or in Spanish via KTNQ 1020.

If you want an IRL experience, you can still watch the game at Dodger Stadium (well, more like just outside of it.) The team is hosting drive-in viewing parties where you can view the action on 60-foot screens in parking lots 2 and 3.

It will cost you $75 per car, and follow these rules:

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  • watch from inside your vehicle
  • leave only for the bathrooms or an emergency
  • masks are required outside of vehicles.
  • Tickets must be bought in advance. No on-site ticket sales!

And if you're missing the voice of legendary Dodger announcer Vin Scully (who is new to social media), he's taking your questions:

The 16-inch Going Yard hot dog was on the menu at Dodger Stadium for the 2019 season. (Levy/The Dodgers)

And if you're nostalgic for ballpark food, you can walk down memory lane with these stories:

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