Claremore Daily Progress


February 14, 2013

Razorback Baseball Radio Network returns in 2013

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — For the 22nd-consecutive season, every pitch of the Arkansas baseball season can be heard on the Razorback Baseball Radio Network. The Razorback Sports Network from IMG and Razorback Sports Properties spans the state of Arkansas and can also be heard in neighboring states as well as across the globe via

The Razorback Baseball Radio Network from IMG is one of the largest collegiate baseball radio networks in the nation. With more than 20 affiliates, Razorback baseball games are rarely more than a dial away no matter where an Arkansas fan resides.

KQSM 92.1 FM The Ticket and The Buzz KABZ 103.7 return as the home of Razorback Baseball in Northwest and Central Arkansas, respectively. The complete list of affiliates for the 2013 season is below.

When there are scheduling conflicts, fans can catch Razorback baseball games on KFAY 1030 AM in Fayetteville and on KHLR 106.7 FM in Little Rock.

Live audio of all Arkansas baseball game and live video of more than 30 baseball games are available with RazorVision on A subscription to RazorVision is $12.95 for one month, $39.95 for four months and $109.95 for 12 months.

Voice of the Razorbacks and three-time Arkansas Sportscaster of the Year, Chuck Barrett, returns to the booth for his 22nd season as the network’s play-by-play announcer. Joining Barrett in the broadcast booth is former Arkansas Sports Information Director Rick Schaeffer, who returned to Razorback baseball broadcasts in 2001.

While Barrett and Schaeffer conclude their broadcasting schedule with Razorback men’s basketball, Brock Bowling, Phil Elson and Kyle Kellams will handle play-by-play duties when there are scheduling conflicts. Bowling will do the third game of the series against San Diego State on March 9. Elson will call both games of the series against Alabama A&M on March 12-13. Kellams will announce the Saturday game against Western Illinois on Feb. 16, two games of the Evansville series on Feb. 22-23 and all four games of the Coca-Cola Classic in Surprise, Ariz., from Feb. 28-March 3.

The Razorbacks open the 2013 season on Friday, Feb. 15, when they host Western Illinois. First pitch is scheduled for 3:05 p.m. Season tickets for Arkansas’ 34-game home schedule are now on sale. Season tickets are $190 for adults and $140 for University of Arkansas staff, youth and senior citizens. Tickets may be purchased by calling 1-800-982-HOGS (4647) or by visiting the online ticket center at

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