February 15, 2013 - by
14 Home Games Added to Streaming Schedule

Feb. 15, 2013






TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — In addition to the 26 Florida State baseball games that were previously scheduled to air on TV and the Internet, FSU officials announced Friday that an additional 14 home contests have been added to the broadcast schedule.

Each of the games — starting with Saturday’s home showdown with Rhode Island and ending with the April 16 matchup against South Alabama — will air live on Seminoles.com.

In order to view the live stream of each game, a subscription to Seminoles.com All-Access is required and there are two different options to choose from.

Subscribers can either agree to a $9.95 monthly charge or pay $79.95 for an annual pass. A subscription also includes access to audio of the official radio broadcast of every home and away game, additional videos from other FSU sports and much more. The service allows viewing access from your computer or through the browser on your tablet or smart phone. 

If you prefer to watch the events  through the official Seminoles.com app on your tablet or smart phone (Seminoles.com All-Access now works on the Apple iPad and iPhone), there is a mobile option for $4.95 monthly or $19.95 annually. This mobile option does not give you access to video through the computer or through your handheld device’s browser but strictly through the university’s official athletics app.

To purchase a Seminoles.com All-Access subscription through the computer or in your handheld devices’ browser click here or open the Seminoles.com app to register for that service.

Full list of the addded FSU baseball baseball broadcasts:

Feb. 16: Rhode Island

Feb. 17: Rhode Island

Feb. 19: Jacksonville

Feb. 22: USF

March 3: Villanova

March 5: Presbyterian

March 6: Presbyterian

March 9: Boston College

March 19: Stetson

March 20: Stetson

April 2: Florida Gulf Coast

April 3: Florida Gulf Coast

April 13: Duke

April 16: South Alabama

To see a list of the games that were already scheduled to air on TV or the Internet, click here to access the original news release.

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