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Which Tennessee Baseball Games Will be Televised

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The SEC and ESPN announced Tuesday that the Vols will have 14 regular season games televised this upcoming season across ESPN channels, SEC Network and MLB Network.

All 14 Tennessee games set to be televised this season are below.

-Feb. 17 vs. Arizona (MLB Network)

-Feb. 18 @ Grand Canyon (MLB Network)

-Saturday, March 25 vs. Texas A&M (ESPN2)

-Thursday, March 30 @ LSU (ESPNU)

-Friday, March 31 @ LSU (SECN)

-Friday, April 7 vs. Florida (SECN)

-Saturday, April 8 vs. Florida (ESPN2)

-Friday, April 14 @ Arkansas (SECN)

-Friday, April 21 vs. Vanderbilt (SECN)

-Saturday, April 22 vs. Vanderbilt (ESPN2)

-Sunday, April 23 vs. Vanderbilt (ESPN2)

-Thursday, April 27 vs. Mississippi State (SECN)

-Saturday, April 29 vs. Mississippi State (ESPNU)

-Saturday, May 13 vs. Kentucky (SECN)

Tennessee’s season opener, a date with Arizona in the MLB Desert Invitational, will be televised on MLB Network. The MLB Network will also televise Tennessee’s second game in the invitation against Grand Canyon.

The Vols don’t hit cable national TV again until late March in their second SEC series of the season, as Tennessee’s Saturday game against Texas A&M will be broadcast on ESPN2.

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The following week, two of Tennessee’s three games in Baton Rouge against LSU will be televised. ESPNU will televise the series opener between the top two teams in D1 Baseball’s Preseason Top 25, and the SEC Network will show the second game.

After the LSU series, of Tennessee’s nine remaining televised contests, eight will take place in Lindsey Nelson Stadium. In Tennessee’s home series against Florida, two games will be on TV. The entire Tennessee-Vanderbilt series will be televised, with the SEC Network getting the opener and ESPN2 getting the other two. SEC Network and ESPNU will split Tennessee’s first two games against Mississippi State, and the SEC Network will also broadcast game two of the Tennessee-Kentucky series in Knoxville.

Tennessee’s series opener at Arkansas is the lone televised road game for the Vols after the LSU series.

The Vols officially begin their season in 10 days against Arizona in Scottsdale, Arizona at 8 p.m. ET on the MLB Network.

For Tennessee’s full 2023 schedule, click here.

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