Irish fans will get to view live baseball during the month of May on <i>Fighting Irish All-Access</i>.

Fighting Irish All-Access Ready To Unveil Live Irish Baseball

April 26, 2007

Fighting Irish All-Access the free multimedia portion of will cover four of the University of Notre Dame baseball team’s final seven home games of the season during the month of May via live video streaming. Irish baseball fans will be able to watch all five games live from Frank Eck Stadium – and listen to Sean Stires, the official play-by-play voice of the Fighting Irish. The live video stream also will feature any post-game analysis and player/coach interviews.

Here is the schedule –

Friday, May 4, 6:05 p.m., Notre Dame vs. Seton Hall
Saturday, May 5, 1:05 p.m., Notre Dame vs. Seton Hall
Sunday, May 6, 12:05 p.m., Notre Dame vs. Seton Hall
Thursday, May 17, 6:05 p.m., Notre Dame vs. Connecticut

The final two games of the Connecticut series are to be broadcast on CSTV, and while available on-line, fall under the pay-per-view package offered by CSTV. The games broadcast by Fighting Irish All-Access are completely free of charge for all Notre Dame fans (the broadcast is viewable by fans running Internet Explorer on a PC).

Fighting Irish All-Access has been providing exclusive live coverage of Notre Dame athletic events all year – and will broaden its scope in the upcoming 2007-08 school year. During this past year, Irish fans have been able to watch selected volleyball, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, hockey, men’s lacrosse and women’s lacrosse contests free on Fighting Irish All-Access also offers the best on-line coverage of Notre Dame Football – including exclusive press conference coverage, live pep rally broadcasts, post-game shows, interviews, practice reports and more.

To access the live video streams for Irish baseball, click on the “Fighting Irish All-Access” button on the front page of or you can click on the “Multimedia” navigation button on’s front page. In addition, there will be direct links to the game posted in the game’s official pre-game notes, produced by the Notre Dame Sports Information Office.