TV, Radio Schedules Announced for Baseball Season

MANHATTAN, Kan. Kansas State will have three baseball games televised including one throughout the Big 12 region - as Kansas State and the Big 12 Conference announced its 2009 television schedules.

Televised action for the 2009 season gets underway when Kansas State and Oklahoma square off for a three-game set as the Saturday and Sunday games, March 21 and 22, will be televised by Fox Sports Kansas City as part of its agreement with Kansas State. Saturday’s game begins at 2 p.m., while the Sunday matinee has been changed to a 12 p.m. first pitch.

Kansas State will be seen throughout the Big 12 region as the Wildcats’ game at Kansas on Sunday, May 17, will be televised by FSN. The last time Kansas State was part of the Big 12 baseball package was also a game at Kansas in 2007.

Other televised games could be announced at a later date.

In addition to the television schedule, the K-State Sports Network and SportsRadio 1350 KMAN announced their radio broadcast schedules.

Five games will air on the K-State Sports Network with Wyatt Thompson, Brian Smoller and Matt Walters calling the action. Coverage on the five-station network will begin Friday, March 20, when the Wildcats host Oklahoma. The network will then cover the Wildcats’ game against Texas A&M on Friday, April 10, as well as their tilt the following Friday against Missouri. The K-State Sports Network will also air action on consecutive Fridays to close out the home schedule on May 8 against Texas Tech and May 15 against Kansas.

KMAN will begin its 15th year of coverage of K-State baseball with the first and fourth games of the Niagara series on March 6 and 8. The remainder of the regular season games can be heard on KMAN except for the Arizona State series on March 10 and 11, while the home opener against Creighton on March 3 and the doubleheader against Niagara on March 7 can be heard exclusively online at either or

Kansas State begins the 2009 season the weekend of Friday, February 20, with a three-game series at Houston.

K-State Sports Network
2009 Baseball Affiliates
KCLY, Clay Center (100.9 FM)
KRDQ, Colby (100.3 FM)
KMAN, Manhattan (1350 AM)
KMZA, Seneca (92.1 FM)
KMAJ, Topeka (1440 AM)