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CBS Sports Network To Televise Sunday MSU-Alabama Game

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April 30, 2013
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STARKVILLE, Miss. - Mississippi State this week picked up a 12th regular season baseball television appearance.

Sunday’s Mississippi State-Alabama baseball game at Dudy Noble Field will air nationally on CBS Sports Network. First pitch is set for 1:37 p.m., with John Sadak and former South Alabama standout Marlon Anderson on the call of Sunday’s series finale.

CBS Sports Network is available locally on Metrocast Cable (channel 165) as well as on DIRECT TV (channel 613) and DISH Network (channel 158).

The 15th-ranked Bulldogs’ series-opener with the Crimson Tide, set for a 6:04 p.m. start, will also be televised nationally. ESPNU will broadcast the game, with Tom Hart and former LSU pitcher Ben McDonald describing the action. There is no television for Saturday’s 2 p.m. MSU-Alabama game.

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