ESPN’s 2017 NCAA Baseball Television Schedule Set: More than Half of Games Feature a Top 25 Team

ESPN’s 2017 NCAA Baseball Television Schedule Set: More than Half of Games Feature a Top 25 Team

ESPN’s 2017 NCAA Baseball Television Schedule Set: More than Half of Games Feature a Top 25 Team

ESPN’s 2017 NCAA Baseball Television Schedule Set: More than Half of Games Feature a Top 25 Team

ESPN’s linear television networks are slated to feature 135 NCAA baseball games during the 2017 regular season, in addition to carrying five conference championships and 153 post-season games across ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPNEWS, LHN and SEC Network. More than half of the games showcase a team in the USA Today Coaches Poll Top 25* and 33 games comprise at least one Top 5 team.

ESPN’s expansive schedule of digitally exclusive games streaming on ESPN3, ACC Network Extra and SEC Network + via the WatchESPN and the ESPN app will be released at a later date.

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Pick 15 Flex Pack Announced For 2017 Baseball Season

Pick 15 Flex Pack Announced For 2017 Baseball Season

“Pick 15 Flex Pack” Announced For 2017 Baseball Season

STARKVILLE, Miss.With the start of the 2017 baseball season not far away, fans can purchase a Pick 15 Flex Pack for just $99 to secure their seats for Year One of the Andy Cannizaro Era.

This ticket option is a mini plan with the flexibility to use 15 tickets as you like and allows fans to save up to 33% off regular ticket prices. Use all tickets for one game, or split into several games. Flex tickets can be redeemed online for general admission tickets to any baseball game you would like. For those interested in purchasing more than 15 tickets, you will be able to order in multiples of 15. For additional information on this ticket package, visit HailState.com/tickets.

The Diamond Dawgs will begin the 2017 season at Dudy Noble Field on Feb. 17 at 4 p.m. CT against 2016 College World Series participant Texas Tech.

General admission season tickets are also on sale as fans can take in every regular season game at Dudy Noble Field for $220.

Fans can also purchase a Bully’s Kids Club membership for children 12 years of age and under. For $30, members will receive numerous benefits including free admission to all regular season home baseball games, a jersey t-shirt, a Maroon Bully’s Kids Club drawstring backpack, E-Newsletters and invitations to exclusive Bulldog events and much more.

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