Nebraska Baseball Series Schedule Changes

Nebraska baseball coach Mike Anderson announced weather-related changes to Nebraska's Big 12 series with Kansas at Hawks Field at Haymarket Park this weekend.

Friday's series opener between Nebraska and Kansas has been postponed. The Huskers (15-2, 0-0 Big 12) will now open the weekend series with a doubleheader on Saturday, March 25, beginning at 12:05 p.m. (central). The series will conclude with the originally scheduled game on Sunday, March 26, with first pitch set for 1:05 p.m.

Fans who had tickets to Friday's originally scheduled game are able to use those tickets for general-admission seating to any of Nebraska's remaining regular-season home games, depending on seating availability. Tickets purchased for Saturday's game will allow fans into both games of the doubleheader.

Fans that come to the ballpark are also encouraged to dress appropriately for the weather and be aware that there is significant water throughout the ballpark in the seating areas, including the berms.

The Huskers head into conference play on an 11-game winning streak, but have not played since March 17. All-American Joba Chamberlain will start Saturday's opener, while Tony Watson will start Saturday's nightcap.

Parking: Because of the snow removal, ballpark parking will be limited throughout the weekend, while some of the exterior (non-paved) lots will not be available. Fans coming to this weekend's series are encouraged to park downtown and take the Haymarket Walkway to the ballpark. More downtown Lincoln parking is available at the link provided: Downtown Parking

Television: Saturday's first game will be produced by Cox Communications of Omaha and will be broadcast live on Cox Cable in Omaha (Ch. 2) and on Time Warner Cable in Lincoln (Ch. 77).

Radio: All three games will be carried on the Pinnacle Sports Network, including KFAB (1110 AM) in Omaha, KLIN (1400 AM) in Lincoln and KRVN (880 AM) in Lexington and on the Internet at A complete list of baseball affiliates is listed on

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