Where To Listen/Watch Ragin’ Cajun Baseball/Softball This Week
With Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns baseball team playing in the Sun Belt Conference tournament and the Cajun softball team facing Oklahoma at the Normal Super Regional, here is a rundown of where you can listen and watch all the games.
Let's start with softball. Louisiana will battle Oklahoma Thursday night at 8:00pm. It will be televised on ESPN2. They'll play again Friday night at 6:00pm, also televised on ESPN. If each team wins one, they'll play an if necessary game 3 on Friday night at 9:00pm, following the 6:00 contest. The if necessary game 3 would be televised on ESPNU.
The radio call of all softball games can be heard on ESPN1420 on the AM dial, ESPN1420.com, and the free smart phone app RadioPup. Steve Peloquin and Bobby Neveaux have the call. Radio pregame begins 15 minutes prior to first pitch.
The official watch party for the Ragin' Cajun softball Super Regional will take place at Pete's on Johnston (3990 Johnston St.). Fans can cheer on the team together and enjoy specials. Half-price wings and half-price Ragin' Cajun Ale will be available during the watch party. Plus, fans will have an opportunity to win great prizes.
Louisiana's Ragin' Cajun baseball team begins play this evening at the Sun Belt Conference Tournament in San Marcos, Texas. They'll battle Arkansas State at 7:30. Fans can hear the game on NewsTalk 96.5 KPEL, kpel965.com and the free smart phone app RadioPup. Pregame begins at 7:00 with Jay Walker. The game will not be televised, but is available to view on-line by clicking here.
Winning, losing and weather will all dictate when the baseball team plays after tonight (view a full tournament schedule here).
If the Cajun baseball team plays at 6pm or later on Thursday and/or Friday, the games will air on the radio on NewsTalk 96.5 KPEL, kpel965.com and RadioPup. If the Cajuns play a game prior to 6pm on Thursday and/or Friday, the game would air on ESPN1420, espn1420.com and RadioPup.
Any Cajun baseball games from the Sun Belt Conference tournament played on Saturday or Sunday, regardless of start time, will air on NewsTalk 96.5 KPEL, kpel965.com and RadioPup.
All games from the Sun Belt Conference tournament between Thursday and Sunday can be watched on-line at ESPN3.com.