Baseball TV schedule released; former Pac-12 stars Snow, Stocker join Pac-12 Networks as analysts
You've seen our tweets about all the preseason rankings and all-America nods the Pac-12 is racking up, right? That means college baseball is just about here, and we are stoked.
Pac-12 Networks will have 30 live baseball games on its air this season, featuring the reigning College World Series champions and six teams ranked in the NCWBA preseason poll. Translation: Lots of great games with lots of great teams.
Our TV coverage starts March 10 and will feature former league stars J.T. Snow (Arizona) and Kevin Stocker (Washington), who join the Pac-12 Networks talent lineup as analysts.
Here's more on Snow and Stocker from the Pac-12 Networks press release:
As a six-time consecutive Gold Glove winner and former University of Arizona standout, Snow brings a wealth of Pac-12 baseball knowledge to the network’s inaugural season of live game coverage. Snow played three seasons for the Wildcats, earning first team All-Pac-10 South honors in 1989 after leading the team with a .359 batting average. Following his collegiate career, he clocked in 13 seasons in the majors, including nine years with the San Francisco Giants. Snow has also spent time in the booth, providing television and radio analysis for the San Francisco Giants broadcasts for Comcast SportsNet Bay Area and KNBR radio.
Stocker brings over 12 years of broadcasting experience to the Networks, formerly serving as a color analyst for CBS Sports Networks college baseball telecasts. A native of Spokane, Wash., he was a standout for the Washington Huskies at shortstop, playing three seasons (1989-91) before being selected by the Philadelphia Phillies 54th overall in the 1991 MLB draft and going on to play 10 seasons in the majors.