Baseball Adds 16 Games To TV Schedule
Feb. 13, 2013
FORT WORTH - Through TCU's third-tier television package, the Horned Frog baseball team will have an additional 13 home games and four road contests televised. In total, 18 games are slated to be on TV this season.
The TCU Film/Television/Digital Media Department will produce all but one of the home games. Thirteen of the games will air on FOX Sports Southwest Plus, with three others to air on FOX College Sports. Two more contests will be nationally televised on FOX Sports Net.
Fans won't have to wait long to watch the Frogs on TV as the first two games (Feb. 22-23) of the Cal State Fullerton series will air live. The 2013 home opener is set for a 6:30 p.m. start on FSSW+. Game two against the Titans will air exclusively on FOX College Sports at 2 p.m.
All 12 of TCU's Big 12 home games will be televised beginning with the Frogs first league series against Kansas March 15-17. The series opener will be on FOX Sports College, while the other two games will be on FSSW+ The series against Oklahoma State April 12-14 will follow a similar pattern with the opener on FCS and the other two games on FSSW+.
The Baylor series slated for April 19-21 will be shown on FSSW+. The final home series of 2013 will feature the Texas Longhorns first trip to Fort Worth since the 1996 campaign. Two of the three games will air on FSSW+ with game two set for a national broadcast on FOX Sports Net.
In addition to the 14 home games, four road contests will be televised. The three-game series at Oklahoma March 22-24 will be aired live on FSSW+. The series finale at Texas Tech on March 31 will be seen nationally on FOX Sports Net.
Horned Frog fans in the Dallas-Fort Worth area can find FOX Sports Southwest Plus on:
TCU kicks off the 2013 campaign at No. 13 Ole Miss Friday night. First pitch is slated for 4 p.m. at Oxford-University Stadium. While the games won't be televised, fans will still be able to watch all the action on the internet through Ole Miss' All-Access package. Find details by clicking here.