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Since it's opening weekend here are a few helpful details for fans going to the game -- or staying home to watch them.
Freshman Cade Beloso belted a three-run home run in the bottom of the ninth inning to bring No. 1 LSU a 6-5 victory over Army Saturday afternoon at Alex Box Stadium.
No. 1 LSU erased an early deficit against ULM to open the season with a 12-7 victory as Antoine Duplantis and Daniel Cabrera both hit two home runs.
No TV (but you can still watch live)
LSU's games against UL-Monroe (7 p.m.), Army (2 p.m.) and Air Force (3 p.m.) won't be aired live on television, but you can still watch the games live via SEC Network+.
SEC Network+ provides thousands of digital-only events to fans through the ESPN App on smartphones, tablets and OTT streaming devices (like Roku and Apple TV) and on computers via ESPN.com.
You can also listen to the Friday and Sunday games on the LSU Sports Radio Network. On Saturday, the game can be heard locally in Baton Rouge on 100.7 FM.
Projected starting pitchers
Friday vs. ULM: RHP Zack Hess (7-6, 5.05 ERA last season)
Saturday vs. Army: RHP Landon Marceaux (first start)
Sunday vs. Air Force: RHP Jaden Hill (first start)
Early February isn't exactly the best time for baseball weather, but it doesn't appear like the tarp crew will be needed.
Friday night will be chilly with lows dipping into the mid-40s.
Saturday afternoon calls for mostly sunny skies with highs in lows 60s and lows in the mid-40s.
Sunday afternoon will be sunny again with highs in the mid-60s and lows bottoming out around 50.