LSU baseball hosts the New Orleans Privateers Wednesday at Alex Box Stadium. Follow the article below for information on how to watch, listen to and stream the game.
Even though it’s only the fourth game of the season, LSU baseball feels as if its at a crisis point. The Tigers lost two out of three games versus Notre Dame in their season-opening series last weekend with all three starting pitchers exiting before completing five innings. And the Tigers recently learned some rough injury news, with sophomore shortstop Josh Smith going out for at least a month with a back injury.
Scheduled to attempt to right the ship for LSU is junior college transfer and right-handed pitcher Cameron Sanders. Sanders is making his LSU debut Wednesday, and coach Paul Mainieri said he’s looking for Sanders to throw at least five and as many as six or seven innings in this outing.
LSU and New Orleans played twice in 2017 with the Privateers winning both matchups. UNO is coached by Blake Dean, who played first base at LSU from 2007-10.
LSU baseball vs. New Orleans baseball game information
- What: No. 22 LSU (1-2) vs. New Orleans (2-2)
- When: 6:30 p.m. CT, Wednesday, February 21
- Where: Alex Box Stadium, Baton Rouge, La.
What TV channel will LSU baseball vs. New Orleans baseball be on?
This game will not be televised.
How can I listen to LSU baseball vs. New Orleans baseball on the radio?
LSU vs. Notre Dame will be broadcast on 98.1 FM Baton Rouge. Online users can find a stream of the broadcast through the LSU Sports Radio Network at LSUsports.net/live.
How can I stream LSU baseball vs. New Orleans online?
The game will be streamed online through the SEC Network+ on WatchESPN. Mobile users can find the game on their wireless enabled devices using the Watch ESPN App.
How else can I follow LSU baseball?
For updates on the Tigers, be sure to follow @LSUbaseball on Twitter, and also follow SEC Country’s LSU beat writers Nick Suss and Alex Hickey for color and commentary. For live stats of the game, visit LSUstats.com.
Can I buy tickets for LSU baseball vs. New Orleans?
For ticket information, visit LSUtix.net.
LSU: Junior right-hander Cam Sanders (2018 debut)
UNO: Junior right-hander Zach Thompson (2018 debut)
Projected starting lineup: LSU baseball