At least 9 Arkansas baseball games will be televised in 2024

Dave Van Horn is in his 22nd season as Arkansas' baseball coach. (Andy Shupe/NWA Democrat-Gazette)

FAYETTEVILLE — The Arkansas baseball team will have at least nine games televised during the 2024 season, according to the SEC’s TV schedule that was announced Thursday.

All but one of the televised games will be from Baum-Walker Stadium, where the Razorbacks will have a pair of games televised against LSU, Texas Tech and Florida, as well as single televised games against Ole Miss and Mississippi State. 

Arkansas’ series opener at Auburn on March 21 will also be televised. 

The Razorbacks will have six games televised by SEC Network and three televised by ESPN2. Additional TV games could be announced as part of a flex schedule for the final weekend of the regular season when Arkansas plays at Texas A&M. 

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Most, if not all, of the Razorbacks’ games are expected to be streamed in some capacity. All Arkansas games played at SEC stadiums — including non-conference games in Fayetteville — will be streamed through SEC Network+. 

The Razorbacks’ Feb. 23-25 games against Oregon State, Oklahoma State and Michigan at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas, will be streamed by FloSports. 

A determination has not been made regarding streaming for Arkansas’ April 23 game against Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Dickey Stephens Park in North Little Rock. None of the Razorbacks’ games played there since 2014 have been streamed, but Arkansas’ basketball game against Lipscomb at nearby Simmons Bank Arena was streamed in December, opening the door to the potential for streaming of the annual baseball game in the city. 

Arkansas’ Televised Baseball Games in 2024

Date, Opponent, Time (Central), Network

March 21, at Auburn, 6 p.m., SEC Network

March 28, LSU, 6 p.m., ESPN2

March 29, LSU, 7 p.m., SEC Network

April 4, Ole Miss, 6 p.m., SEC Network

April 16, Texas Tech, 7 p.m., ESPN2

April 17, Texas Tech, 4 p.m., SEC Network

April 26, Florida, 7 p.m., SEC Network

April 27, Florida, Noon, ESPN2

May 12, Mississippi State, 2 p.m., SEC Network