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Kentucky in the College World Series: TV Times, How to Watch

Nick Roushby:Nick Roush06/10/24


For the first time in program history, the Kentucky baseball team is in the College World Series. The Bat Cats’ first opponent is still up in the air, but we now know exactly when we will get to watch the Wildcats in Omaha.

The winner of Georgia vs. NC State will play Kentucky on Saturday, June 15 at 2 pm EST on ESPN. Kentucky will be the home team in the matchup. The Dawgs and Wolf Pack are tied 2-2 halfway through game three of the Athens Super Regional.

If Kentucky wins its opening-round matchup in Omaha, the Bat Cats will play an SEC foe, the winner of Florida-Texas A&M on Monday at 7 pm EST on ESPN. A loss in the opener would send Kentucky to the losers bracket where they would play in the day game on the four-letter network.

College World Series Bracket

There are two brackets of eight teams. The lone survivor from each double-elimination bracket will advance to a best two out of three series in the College World Series Final.

How to Watch, Listen

ESPN is the official broadcast partner of the College World Series. If you can’t make it in front of a television, you can stream all of the action on ESPN+. You can also listen to Darren Headrick and former Kentucky manager Keith Madison on the call on the UK Sports Network.

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