first_imgIt’s time for college baseball fans’ annual pilgrimage to middle America — Omaha, Neb., to be exact — for the 2019 College World Series. After an unpredictable run of regional and super regional games, the field of 64 was narrowed to the final eight teams, which have been competing in a double-elimination tournament.   Wednesday, June 19Game 7: Louisville 5, Auburn 3 Game 9: Texas Tech 4, Florida State 1 Tuesday, June 25Vanderbilt 4, Michigan 1 Game 8: Vanderbilt 6, Mississippi State 3 Game 2: Florida State 1, Arkansas 0 Tuesday, June 25Finals: Game 2: Vanderbilt 4, Michigan 1 Sunday, June 16Game 3: Vanderbilt 3, Louisville 1 Monday, June 17Game 5: Texas Tech 5, Arkansas 4 ESPNWednesday, June 26Game 3: Michigan vs. Vanderbilt7 p.m. ETESPNJune 21 resultsMichigan 15, Texas Tech 3Vanderbilt 3, Louisville 2College World Series 2019 TV channels, live streamDate: June 15-26Location: TD Ameritrade Park, Omaha, Neb.TV channels: ESPN, ESPN2Live stream: Watch ESPNESPN networks will anchor coverage of the College World Series from the first pitch of Game 1 until the final pitch in the championship game. For the sixth straight year, the trio of play-by-play guy Karl Ravech and color commentators Eduardo Perez and Kyle Peterson will be on the call.You can also live-stream the College World Series on ESPN.com or with the Watch ESPN app.2019 College World Series bracketBracket 1TeamWLMichigan30OUT – No. 5 Arkansas02OUT – Florida State12OUT- No. 8 Texas Tech22Bracket 2TeamWLNo. 2 Vanderbilt30OUT – No. 6 Mississippi State12OUT – Auburn02OUT – No. 7 Louisville22College baseball schedule, scoresSaturday, June 15Game 1: Michigan 5, Texas Tech 3 Tuesday, June 18Game 7: Louisville vs. Auburn, suspendedcenter_img Friday, June 21Game 11: Michigan 15, Texas Tech 3 Game 4: Mississippi State 5, Auburn 4 Game 6: Michigan 2, Florida State 0 Thursday, June 20Game 10: Louisville 4, Mississippi State 3 Game 12: Vanderbilt 3, Louisville 2 College World Series baseball games todayHere’s the schedule for next week’s College World Series playoff games, scores of all the tournament’s games, and how to watch every game live.Championship finals scheduleMonday, June 24Michigan 7, Vanderbilt 4 The field was composed of four SEC teams (Mississippi State, Arkansas, Auburn, Vanderbilt) and five national seeds, but the unpredictable nature of the CWS — five of the last seven winners have not been among the top eight national seeds — means that it was really anyone’s tournament to win. Michigan, which was a No. 3 seed in its regional, could be dogpiling by the end of the month. Below is information for how to watch them, as well as a full slate of games for the entire CWS. Monday, June 24Finals: Game 1: Michigan 7, Vanderbilt 4 Wednesday, June 26Finals: Game 3: Michigan vs. Vanderbilt7 p.m. ETESPNlast_img

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