This weekend’s three-game baseball series between Ball State and Bowling Green will be produced by Ball State Sports Link and available live on ESPN3 and DIRECTV.
Friday’s first game is slated to start at 3 p.m. and can be watched online at ESPN3 or through the WatchESPN app.
Saturday’s action, an anticipated doubleheader due to weather forecasts, is schedule to start at noon.
Senior J.C. Obringer is producing the series, while junior Cory Stace is directing. Freshman Luke Foster is the technical director.
Junior Mick Tidrow will handle the play-by-play. Freshman Quinton Zielke will be the analyst, while sophomore John Gordon will be on the sidelines.
Ball State is riding a season-best four-game winning streak heading into the league series against Bowling Green. The Cardinals have piled up 57 runs, six home runs, 19 doubles and a .406 batting average during the streak.
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