BATON ROUGE - Twenty-seven of LSU's 56 regular-season baseball games will be televised in 2013 by national and regional networks.
LSU's televised games are part of the 15-year Southeastern Conference contract with ESPN that also includes ESPN2, ESPNU, Fox Sports Net, Cox Sports Television (CST) and Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast (CSS).
Including postseason games, LSU has appeared on TV 180 times during Paul Mainieri's six-year tenure as head coach.
In addition, LSUsports.net will again offer live streaming HD-quality video in the Geaux Zone of the 33 home games that are not included in the SEC's network television package - indicated by a gold camera icon () on the schedule.
Members also have access to condensed games (less than 20 minutes) and full-game replays, as well as game highlights posted to LSUsports.net. Geaux Zone subscribers who purchase the LSUsports Mobile for iPad app ($7.99) will also have access to live video and audio streams on their iPads.
LSUsports.net will stream live audio of all regular season and postseason games at www.LSUsports.net/live.
For Geaux Zone package information, visit www.LSUsports.net/join.
More of LSU's games may be added to the TV schedule during the season as SEC schools are free to negotiate individual deals with networks in their respective regions.