ESPN2 to Carry Baylor-Texas A&M Baseball Series Opener Bears to play four regular-season televised games.
1B Kyle Reynolds and the Bears will play four regular-season televised games this season.
March 16, 2005
WACO, Texas - Baylor baseball's series opener Friday, May 13 against Texas A&M at Baylor Ballpark will be televised nationally by ESPN2, the broadcasting company announced Wednesday. Due to the broadcast, first pitch has been moved up one hour to
The announcement of ESPN2's coverage of the Baylor-Texas A&M game means at least four Baylor regular season games will be televised this season, beginning with Sunday's 1 p.m. series finale between No. 16 Baylor and top-ranked Texas at Baylor Ballpark on College Sports TV.
Baylor's Saturday, April 23 game at Nebraska also will be televised by College Sports TV (), and the Saturday, April 30 game at home against Texas Tech will be televised by Fox Sports Net Southwest ().
The four regular-season broadcasts are the most in the program's history.
Baylor returns to action this weekend, opening Big 12 Conference play with a split series against Texas. The Bears and the Longhorns meet Friday at at Disch-Falk Field in Austin, Texas. The series then shifts to Baylor Ballpark for a first pitch Saturday and a series finale Sunday.
2005 BAYLOR BASEBALL TELEVISED GAMES
Sunday, March 20TexasCollege Sports TV
Saturday, April 23at NebraskaCollege Sports TV
Saturday, April 30Texas TechFox Sports Net Southwest