LSU baseball: How to watch, stream, listen to, buy tickets for game vs. Tulane baseball (March 21, 2018)

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LSU baseball hosts the Tulane Green Wave at Alex Box Stadium on Wednesday. Follow the article below for information on how to watch, listen to and stream the game.

Coming off a weekend series victory over then-No. 24 Missouri, LSU hosts Tulane on Wednesday night looking to reverse a recent trend. Tulane has beaten LSU four times in the past two seasons, ending a stretch where the Tigers had previously won nine out of 10 matchups.

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Looking to end the streak will be freshman starting pitcher Nick Storz, making his LSU debut with a start Wednesday. Storz missed the first month of the season rehabbing from an offseason shoulder injury and is expected to pitch just one or two innings before giving way to fellow freshman AJ Labas.

LSU baseball vs. Tulane baseball game information

  • What: No. 15 LSU (14-7) vs. Tulane (9-12)
  • When: 6:30 p.m. CT, Wednesday, March 21
  • Where: Alex Box Stadium, Baton Rouge, La.

What TV channel will LSU baseball vs. Tulane baseball be on?

This game will not be televised.

How can I listen to LSU baseball vs. Tulane baseball on the radio?

LSU vs. Tulane will be broadcast on 98.1 FM Baton Rouge. Online users can find a stream of the broadcast through the LSU Sports Radio Network at

How can I stream LSU baseball vs. Tulane baseball online?

The game will be available by stream through the SEC Network+ using WatchESPN. Mobile users can access the stream on their wireless-enabled devices by using the Watch ESPN App.

How else can I follow LSU baseball?

For updates on the Tigers, be sure to follow @LSUbaseball on Twitter, and also follow SEC Country’s LSU beat writers Nick Suss and Alex Hickey for color and commentary. For live stats of the game, visit

Can I buy tickets for LSU baseball vs. Tulane baseball? 

For ticket information, visit

Starting pitchers

LSU: RHP Nick Storz (first collegiate appearance)

TU: RHP Josh Bates (1-0, 4.30 ERA, 14.2 IP, 8 BB, 12 K)


Projected starting lineup: LSU baseball

  • Catcher: Hunter Feduccia
  • First base: Austin Bain
  • Second base: Brandt Broussard
  • Third base: Chris Reid
  • Shortstop: Hal Hughes
  • Left field: Beau Jordan
  • Centerfield: Zach Watson
  • Right field: Antoine Duplantis
  • Designated hitter: Daniel Cabrera

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