Six Bulldog games are part of the 2014 SEC television package.
Feb. 6, 2014
ATHENS----The Georgia baseball team will have six games televised this year as a part of the 2014 Southeastern Conference television package announced Thursday by the league office.
The televised games include three at Foley Field and three on the road. The first game of the entire SEC package will be on Saturday, March 15 and feature Mississippi State at Georgia at noon on Fox Sports Net (FSN).
Georgia will play host to an ESPNU Thursday Night baseball game on April 10 to start the Tennessee series. First pitch will be at 7:30 p.m. Also, the Saturday, May 3rd game with South Carolina at Foley Field will be televised at 1 p.m. on Comcast Sports South (CSS).
The Bulldogs will have two games of the Florida series televised plus one at Vanderbilt. Game one of the Gator series in Gainesville on Friday, April 18 will start at 7:30 on CSS. Then on Sunday, April 20, game three of the Florida series will be at noon on ESPNU. On Saturday, April 26, the Georgia-Vanderbilt game in Nashville will begin at 4 p.m. ET on CSS.
The complete SEC broadcast package, which includes all 17 games for the 2014 SEC Baseball Tournament, will total more than 70 contests. The championship game of the tournament will air nationally on ESPN2, and for the second straight year, both semifinal games will air nationally on ESPNEWS. The package is derived from broadcasts on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPNEWS, Fox Sports and CSS. In addition, WatchESPN/ESPN3 will also stream most contests live online.
Additional televised games for the 2014 Bulldog season will be announced later this month as part of Georgia’s multimedia package with Georgia Sports Network from IMG College.
Season tickets and single game tickets are now on sale through georgiadogs.com or by calling 877-542-1231. The 2014 college baseball season opens Feb. 14, and the Bulldogs play host to Georgia Southern at 5 p.m.
SEC Television Package Featuring Georgia Games
Saturday, March 15, Miss. State vs. Georgia (Noon on FSN)
Thursday, April 10, Tennessee vs. Georgia (7:30 pm on ESPNU)
Friday, April 18, Georgia at Florida (7:30 pm on CSS)
Sunday, April 20, Georgia at Florida (Noon on ESPNU)
Saturday, April 26, Georgia at Vanderbilt (4 pm on CSS)
Saturday, May 3, South Carolina vs. Georgia (1 pm CSS)