Baseball Announces 2010 Radio Schedule
Feb. 13, 2010
CORVALLIS, Ore. - Beaver Sports Properties, the exclusive multimedia collegiate rights holder for Oregon State Athletics, announced the broadcast schedule Saturday for the 2010 Beaver baseball season.
Oregon State baseball can be found on any given time on eight different stations in the state of Oregon, one of the finest broadcast packages in the Pacific-10 Conference and on the West Coast. Every game of the 2010 season can be found on KEJO 1240-AM in the Corvallis area.
Oregon State games played on Fridays and on the weekend can be heard on KPAM 860 in the Portland area. Weekday games and any starting after 7 p.m. will be available on KKAD 1550-AM in Portland, the sister station of KPAM 860.
KICE 940-AM in Bend is slated to cover all the games on the schedule as will KSKR 1490-AM in Roseburg. KKNX 840-AM in Eugene will air Saturday games, while KMED 1440-AM in Medford is scheduled to air weekend games. Fans in the Klamath Falls area can listen to all weekend - and some weekday - games on KAGO 1150-AM, while those in Salem will have the same type of schedule on KBZY 1490-AM.
A full schedule will be available on osubeavers.com as the season draws nearer.
Beaver Nation Online (per a subscription) will once again provide audio for every Oregon State home and away game on osubeavers.com. Fans will also have the opportunity to watch home games as they happen courtesy of a live video webcast that utilizes the videoboard feed at Goss Stadium at Coleman Field and the radio broadcast of the game. The video webcast will be available for any game that is not televised.
Mike Parker will once again handle play-by-play duties, with Jay Reese filling in for Parker early in the season. Parker, also the voice of OSU football and basketball, is in his 12th season with Oregon State.
Single-game tickets are currently on sale. Single-game tickets for the 2010 season are $20 for reserved and $10 for outfield seats located beyond the right-field fence. To purchase single-game tickets, visit osubeavers.com, call 1-800-GOBEAVS or they can be bought in person at the ticket office at legendary Gill Coliseum.
The Beavers open the 2010 season on Feb. 19 when they start a four-game series at Hawaii. Make sure to visit osubeavers.com for more information on the Beavers as the season draws closer.
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