LSU video boards

Work is underway at Alex Box Stadium, left, and Tiger Park to install new video boards for the 2019 seasons.

Now that the final pitches in the 2018 LSU baseball and softball seasons have been thrown, work has begun on offseason upgrades.

Both stadiums will receive new video boards for the 2019 seasons, LSU announced Wednesday. Information shared on the teams' official Twitter accounts showed the video board panels removed. 

An LSU official declined to give specifics on the project such as cost, details on the upgrades or expected completion dates.

The Pete Maravich Assembly Center debuted a new $3 million videoboard system last season, billed as the largest center-hung setup in college basketball. The project was fully funded by the Tiger Athletic Foundation.

When the new Alex Box Stadium opened in 2009 the main video screen measured 21 feet high by 36 feet wide. It also had an auxiliary display and two baseball scoreboards for showcasing statistical and supporting information.

Tiger Park's previous board measured 8 feet high by 20 feet wide.