College World Series: Live from Omaha – Starts Saturday!

06/09/2014

CWS Starts SaturdayWestwoodOne Sports is once again your home for comprehensive audio coverage of EVERY PITCH of the 2014 Men’s College World Series from Omaha.

We’ll have every game streaming live right here on WestwoodOneSports.com as well as on our TuneIn channel for mobile devices.

Coverage begins this Saturday at 2:40 PM Eastern with the first of up to 14 preliminary round games. The complete schedule is available HERE.

Kevin Kugler and John Bishop will have the call of each and every game as eight teams battle for the right to play in the best-of-three championship series.

The championship series begins Monday night, June 23rd. Game Two is scheduled for Tuesday and Game Three would be Wednesday if necessary. All broadcasts during the championship series begin at 7:45 PM Eastern with Kevin Kugler and Scott Graham on the call.

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