LSU will have 27 regular season games televised, including five on an ESPN network, the Southeastern Conference and school announced Thursday.
The full three-game conference series against Arkansas and Mississippi State are set to be televised among several networks and the Tigers play one game on ESPN’s flagship station (at Texas A&M on May 4).
Thirteen of the 27 TV games are part of ESPN’s package with the SEC. The other 14 will be televised through other means, mainly Cox Sports.
Televised games include:
- vs. New Orleans (Feb. 14, Cox Sports)
- at New Orleans (Feb. 15, Cox Sports)
- vs. Grambling (Feb. 16, MLB Network)
- at Southeastern Louisiana (Feb. 19, Cox Sports)
- vs. Virginia Tech (Feb. 21, Cox Sports)
- vs. UL-Lafayette (Feb. 25, Cox Sports)
- vs. Southern (March 12, Cox Sports)
- at Vanderbilt (March 15, FSN)
- vs. South Alabama (March 19, Cox Sports)
- two vs. Georgia (March 21-22, Cox Sports)
- at Florida (March 28, CSS)
- three vs. Mississippi State (April 4, CSS; April 5, ESPNU; April 6, Cox Sports)
- three vs. Arkansas (April 11, Cox Sports; April 12, ESPN2; April 13, Cox Sports)
- two at Ole Miss (April 17, ESPNU; April 19, FSN)
- vs. Tulane (April 22, Cox Sports)
- vs. Tennessee (April 26, CST)
- two at Texas A&M (May 3, ESPN2; May 4, ESPN)
- two vs. Alabama (May 10, FSN; May 11, CSS)
- at Auburn (May 17, FSN).
Seventy SEC baseball games will be televised this season through a host of networks: ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPNEWS, Fox Sports, CSS and CBS Sports Network.
LSU will be featured in ESPNU’s Thursday night game of the week against Ole Miss on April 17.
The weekly Thursday night telecast will feature a live 30-minute pregame show from ESPNU studios at 7 p.m. ET, focusing on baseball news and updates from around the league. ESPN networks will air 22 SEC baseball broadcasts this season, all of which will broadcast nationally.
All games from the 2014 SEC Tournament, set for May 20-25, will continue to be televised, with the championship game airing again nationally on ESPN2. The semifinals will also air nationally again in 2014, set be broadcast on ESPNEWS.
LSU, ranked inside the top 10 by most preseason polls, begins the season Feb. 14 with a home game against New Orleans.
The Tigers lost more than half of their pitching staff and four position players from a team that finished 57-11 and advanced to the College World Series in Omaha. They return two preseason All-Americans in ace Aaron Nola and shortstop Alex Bregman.