Baseball Announces TV, Streaming Slate for 2016

LSU Baseball at Alex Box Stadium
LSU Baseball at Alex Box Stadium
Chris Parent (@chrisparent)
Bill Franques
Bill Franques
Communications Sr. Associate

BATON ROUGE, La. – For the second consecutive year, all 56 of LSU’s regular-season baseball games will be available for viewing as the Tigers will enjoy tremendous exposure during the 2016 season.

LSU is scheduled to make two appearances on ESPN2, one on ESPNU, seven on the SEC Network, three on Cox Sports Television and one on the CBS Sports Network.

2016 LSU Baseball Schedule

Forty of the games will be carried on SEC Network +, the online platform available at SECNetwork.com and the WatchESPN app, and LSU’s two games at Notre Dame on May 10-11 may be viewed online at ESPN3.com and the WatchESPN app.

More than 90 Southeastern Conference baseball games are slated to air across ESPN networks, including 75 on the SEC Network. Coverage of SEC baseball on national television has quadrupled since the SEC Network launched last year.

This year’s SEC Network schedule also includes five wildcard selections, allowing the network the opportunity to determine the best television matchup at a later date. The schedule closes out with the SEC Network airing the entirety of the SEC Baseball Tournament, with the exception of the championship aired on ESPN2.

View the entire SEC network television schedule here.

 

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