The SEC Network will televise 80 baseball games in its first spring of coverage, including nine involving the University of Kentucky.
The 80 games on the SEC Network are among more than 100 planned across all of ESPN's networks. The total is more than four times the nationally televised SEC games offered last year.
In addition to those games, more than 350 matchups will be available digitally as SEC Network Plus events on SECNetwork.com and WatchESPN.
The SEC Network and ESPN2 will conclude the season with coverage of the SEC Tournament, marking the first time the entire tournament will air nationally.
All nine of Kentucky's SEC Network games will be played in Lexington.
Kentucky's first appearance will be March 10 against Cincinnati.
The Wildcats' entire series against Texas A&M on April 2-4 also will be carried.
Additionally, the SEC Network will show UK's games against Tennessee on April 16 and 18.
On April 28, Louisville's visit to UK will be shown.
UK's final two SEC Network games are versus Georgia on May 10 and Northern Kentucky on May 12.
LSU and South Carolina have the most games on the SEC Network with 13 each.
Florida, Ole Miss and Vanderbilt are next with 12 apiece.
Arkansas, Mississippi State and Tennessee have 11.
Next are Alabama and Texas A&M with 10 and Auburn, Georgia, Kentucky and Missouri with nine.