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LSU’s baseball team will have 18 games televised this season as part of the SEC’s contract with ESPN, the league announced Wednesday.
The Tigers’ will play four Western division opponents and three Eastern division foes on a mix of CST, ESPN2, ESPN-U and SpotsSouth.
Additionally, non-conference games against Notre Dame (March 11), Southeastern Louisiana (April 25) and Tulane (May 1) will be shown on TV.
Including postseason, LSU has been on TV 146 times in coach Paul Mainieri’s five-year run.
More games could be added.
11 (Sun.) NOTRE DAME 3 p.m. Cox Sports Television
16 (Fri.) MISSISSIPPI STATE 7 p.m. Cox Sports Television
17 (Sat.) MISSISSIPPI STATE 6 p.m. Comcast Sports Southeast
30 (Fri.) ARKANSAS 7 p.m. Comcast Sports Southeast
31 (Sat.) ARKANSAS 7 p.m. ESPNU
1 (Sun.) ARKANSAS 1 p.m. Cox Sports Television
5 (Thu.) at Florida 6:30 p.m. ESPNU
14 (Sat.) ALABAMA 6:30 p.m. Cox Sports Television
15 (Sun.) ALABAMA 12 p.m. ESPN2
25 (Wed.) SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA 6:30 p.m. Cox Sports Television
27 (Fri.) GEORGIA 7 p.m. Cox Sports Television
28 (Sat.) GEORGIA 6:30 p.m. Comcast Sports Southeast
29 (Sun.) GEORGIA 1 p.m. ESPN2
1 (Tue.) TULANE 6:30 p.m. Cox Sports Television
5 (Sat.) at Ole Miss 2 p.m. SportSouth
11 (Fri.) VANDERBILT 7 p.m. Cox Sports Television
12 (Sat.) VANDERBILT 7 p.m. SportSouth
13 (Sun.) VANDERBILT 1 p.m. SportSouth