How to watch LSU baseball’s season opener: See TV channel, series info vs. Indiana, more
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After eight long months, baseball is back in Baton Rouge.
The Tigers’ first step toward College World Series glory starts Friday night at Alex Box Stadium when LSU hosts the first game of a weekend series vs. the Indiana Hoosiers.
LSU baseball will have to hit the ground running against the Hoosiers, who went 37-23 last season before losing to Louisville in the NCAA Regional.
Cole Henry will start on the mound for the Tigers on Friday night, with Ed Orgeron of the national champion LSU football team throwing the ceremonial first pitch.
Scroll below for all the broadcast info you’ll need to watch, listen to or stream the game, as well as pregame storylines and more.
WHO: LSU vs. Indiana
WHERE: Alex Box Stadium; Baton Rouge, Louisiana
WHEN: 7 p.m. Friday; 3 p.m. Saturday; noon Sunday
HOW TO WATCH
— Watch ESPN
— WDGL 98.1 FM (Baton Rouge)
— WWL 870 AM/105.3 FM (New Orleans)
— KLWB 103.7 FM (Lafayette)
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