DODGER STADIUM (CBSLA) — Opening day for baseball across the nation and for the Los Angeles Dodgers it’s their home opener. The Boys in Blue are hosting the San Francisco Giants.

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It is the earliest opening day start date in MLB history. All 30 teams will be playing today.

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The four-game series against the Giants begins with first pitch at 4:08 p.m. The opening ceremony will spotlight the Dodgers’ 60th anniversary in Los Angeles. Kirk Gibson will throw out the ceremonial first pitch.