The Coastal Plain League has a new home on FloBaseball, beginning with the 2021 season and streaming over 400 games annually live and on demand.
AUSTIN, Texas (May –, 2021) – The Coastal Plain League (CPL), one of the nation’s premier summer collegiate baseball leagues, and FloSports, a leader in sports streaming and original content, are teaming up for a global broadcast partnership that will make FloBaseball the new exclusive home for CPLBaseball.tv. Starting with the 2021 season, FloBaseball will stream over 400 games annually to fans around the world as the presenting sponsor of the CPL.
Fans will have access to watch every CPL regular-season, exhibition and playoff game on FloBaseball. FloSports will also provide fans with original content, interviews and analysis all season long.
“We are excited about our partnership with FloSports,” said Coastal Plain League COO/Commissioner Justin Sellers. “FloSports has been growing in popularity and by working together, we will be able to offer our fans live and archived game streams, as well as help tell our story through special features and interviews that will allow fans an inside view of all the unique and fun moments that make our league what it is.”
“The addition of Coastal Plain League games to FloSports showcases our continued commitment to delivering the highest quality competition for fans of summer collegiate baseball,” said Adam Armstrong, Director, Global Rights Acquisition, FloSports.
Celebrating its 25th season in 2021, the CPL features 15 franchises playing in Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. To date, the CPL has had over 1,650 alumni drafted and 142 alums make their Major League debut – including 2017 ALCS MVP, 2017 World Series champion, 2011 AL MVP and Cy Young award winner Justin Verlander, as well as 2020 NL Rookie of the Year finalist Alec Bohm. The regular season for the Coastal Plain League starts on Thursday, May 27 and runs through July 31. The league will have a two-division structure in 2021. The East will include the Florence RedWolves, Holly Springs Salamanders, Morehead City Marlins, Peninsula Pilots, Tri-City Chili Peppers, Wilmington Sharks and Wilson Tobs. In the West, it will be the Asheboro Copperheads, Forest City Owls, High Point-Thomasville HiToms, Lexington County Blowfish, Macon Bacon, Martinsville Mustangs, Savannah Bananas and the league’s newest franchise in Spartanburg, S.C. – the Spartanburgers.
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