January 31, 2017 - by
Baseball Viewing Options for 2017 Season

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Florida State baseball fans will have more options than ever to watch the Seminoles this season, with 52 of 56 games available on television or via an ESPN stream, including all 35 home games at Dick Howser Stadium.

Thirty-four of the 35 home games will stream on the ACC Network Extra, the Atlantic Coast Conference’s new partnership with ESPN. FSU baseball Director of Operations Chip Baker will provide analysis all season with a rotating cast of play-by-play announcers.

The lone Monday night game of the season, against Clemson on April 17, will air live nationally on ESPNU as part of ACC Monday’s on the network.

Baseball Viewing Options for 2017 Season

On the road, fans will have the opportunity to view numerous games this season. Twelve games will stream live on ACC Network Extra, with the season finale at Louisville set for 7:30 p.m. on ESPNU.

FSU’s game at Florida on March 14, 2017, will stream through the SEC Network+, while games at Jacksonville and Stetson will stream through ESPN3.

Fans can listen to Eric Luallen’s play-by-play of every game locally in Tallahassee on 106.1 FM and nationally via a free stream on Seminoles.com or through the FSU Gameday App.

For more information on Florida State baseball, check Seminoles.com for the latest news and scheduling information, or keep up with the team on social media through Twitter (@FSUBaseball), Facebook (/FSUBaseball), and Instagram (@NoleBaseball).

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