AUBURN, AL - Five of Auburn's baseball games in the 2010 season will be televised live, with four of the contests also being streamed online on ESPN360.com.
Auburn's first appearance of the season will come on Saturday, March 27 at home against South Carolina. The game will air live on CSS with a noon CT start time, which has been moved up from the previously scheduled 3pm time.
Auburn's Saturday, April 3 game at Alabama will air live on CSS and has also had a first pitch time change. The game will now begin at 3pm CT, an hour earlier than the previously scheduled time of 4pm.
The Friday, April 9 and Saturday, April 10 home games against defending national champion LSU will air live on CSS and FSN, respectively. The Friday game has been pushed back 30 minutes to a 7pm CT first pitch while Saturday's 3pm start time remains the same.
Auburn's final regular-season television appearance will be the following weekend on Sunday, April 18 when Auburn plays at Vanderbilt on ESPNU at 1pm CT.
As a conference, the SEC has a 46-game regular-season package, up from eight games in 2009. In addition, all games from the 2010 SEC Tournament will continue to be broadcast, with the championship game airing nationally on ESPN2.
The television package is derived from broadcasts on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, FSN, SportSouth and CSS. In addition, ESPN360.com will also stream all broadcasts live online (except for games that appear on ESPNU).