LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of Louisville athletic department released on Monday the radio and web streaming scheduled for the Cardinals’ 2014 baseball season.
For the sixth consecutive season, News/Talk 1570 AM (WNDA) will serve as the radio home for Louisville baseball with 47 regular-season games and all post-season games scheduled for broadcast by the Clarksville, Ind., station. With Sean Moth back calling the action, the radio schedule includes all 36 home games, three games each at American Athletic Conference foes Houston and UCF, midweek games at Indiana, Western Kentucky, Kentucky, Purdue and Vanderbilt and all of the Cardinals’ American Athletic Conference Championship and NCAA Championship games.
Louisville will again have a strong presence on the internet as subscribers can follow every game of the 2014 baseball season through CardsTV at GoCards.com. Live streaming audio will be available for every regular-season and post-season game, while streaming video will be available for all 36 home games. CardsTV memberships are available for just $9.95 per month.
Fans can also access the CardsTV video and audio streams for every Louisville game while on the go through the GoCards.com mobile app, available for iPhone ($4.99 per month) and Android devices ($9.99 per year), or through the GoCards.com iPad app, available for $4.99 per month.
Louisville will open the 2014 slate on Feb. 14-16 in Charleston, S.C., at the Homewood Suites Tournament hosted by The Citadel, while the Cardinals’ home-opener is set for Feb. 19 at 3 p.m., ET at Jim Patterson Stadium against Eastern Kentucky.