News Bites for February 16, 2015

Ron Darling to try play-by-play for Mets spring training broadcasts. Because he’s good enough, he’s smart enough, and doggone it, the Mets are gonna give him a shot.

USC baseball aplenty on SEC Network Plus, but Time Warner customers still in dark. Thirty-nine games will air on the SEC Network Plus platform, but they were not available to Time Warner Cable and DirecTV customers when the season started on Friday.

Three Lion Baseball Games Slated For Television in 2015. One of Southeastern Louisiana’s will be against preseason #2 LSU on February 25. Games will air on and WatchESPN.

SJU-TV To Produce 16 Red Storm Baseball Games For ESPN3. St. John’s University games will be carried on ESPN3, starting with the March 27 match against Rider.

Two 2015 Tulane Baseball games set for television. The Green Wave’s first telecast will be Mach 24 against SEC powerhouse LSU, and April 28 against Southeastern Louisiana, on Cox Sports Television.

Ten Pitt Baseball Games To Be Broadcast In 2015.  All games will take place in the back half of the season, starting April 10 when they host Wake Forest.  They will all air on ESPN3.

Southern Miss baseball set to appear twice on American Sports NetworkASN is a syndicated broadcast network comprising stations in 34 states and DC.

Herd Baseball Unveils TV Game Schedule.  Marshall of West Virginia will have at least three games telecast, split between SEC Network and the American Sports Network.

Texas Tech Baseball Radio Broadcast Available on TuneIn.  All 55 games will be available on the TuneIn mobile app.