Feb. 14, 2013
By: Matt Burkholder
FRESNO, Calif. – Fresno State and its flagship station for Fresno State baseball, 940 ESPN radio, announced its broadcast schedule for the upcoming 2013 season and will feature 42 regular season games. Paul Loeffler returns as the voice of Bulldog baseball for his 13th season and Ray O’Canto will be at his side for his sixth.
“There is just something special about the tradition, the program, the people, and the beautiful game of baseball itself that makes Beiden Field a magical place,” said Loeffler. “I'm really excited about the potential of the 2013 Diamond Dogs, and the chance to team up with Ray again in bringing our listeners all the action.”
Among the 42 games featured, 12 series will be announced in its entirety with six away from Beiden Field including anticipated nonconference matchups against Stanford (Feb. 22-24) and Cal (March 7-10). ESPN will also be on the road with the ’Dogs for Mountain West series against Nevada (March 28-30), New Mexico (April 12-14), San Diego State (April 26-28) and UNLV (May 3-5).
“940 ESPN Radio is proud to bring the Valley another great season of Bulldog Baseball action,” said Chris Pacheco, Managing Partner One Putt Broadcasting. “The biggest sports brand combined with exciting baseball action is sure to entertain Valley listeners.”
Broadcasts begin tomorrow live from Beiden Field for the ‘Dogs season opener against UC Santa Barbara with first pitch at 6:35 p.m.
“You know spring is in the air when Coach Batesole and the Diamond Dogs take the field and the voice of Paul Loeffler fills the airways with his brilliant call of college baseball,” said Paul Ladwig, Senior Associate Athletics Director of External Relations.” “We continue our partnership with 940 ESPN for another season of baseball and are thrilled to bring these games to life on the radio.”
Bulldog fans can click HERE to view the complete 2013 broadcast schedule.
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