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MASN, the television home of the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles, announced today its Major League Baseball programming schedule for the 2010 season. With the April launch of MASN2 HD, MASN will carry every game and every play -- 320 MLB games -- in high definition throughout the season.
The Nationals will have 95 live games on MASN and MASH HD and an additional 67 on MASN2 and MASN2 HD. Washington DC-area viewers will also be able to watch nearly every Sunday afternoon Nationals game on MASN's over-the-air partner, DC50. MASN's partnership with DC50 will feature 20 Nationals games, including Opening Day, simulcast on the Washington broadcast network.
The Orioles will play 95 games live on MASN and MASN HD and 63 games on MASN2 and MASN2 HD. Viewers in the Baltimore area will be able to watch 20 MASN-produced Orioles games simulcast on the network's over-the-air partner, WJZ-TV Channel 13. Three games are currently scheduled to appear on national networks.
"MASN continues to raise the bar for regional sports programming by featuring every single Nationals and Orioles game in glorious HD. With MASN's innovative in-game technology, national-caliber broadcasters and 24/7 coverage of the Nationals and Orioles, MASN is providing maximum access to baseball fans," said MASN spokesman Todd Webster. "Nats and O's fans only need to know two channel positions on their remote control to watch every Nats and O's game in HD."
The easiest way for fans to locate MASN, MASN2, MASN HD and MASN2 HD will be for viewers to check their on-screen channel guides using their television remote. A full listing of cable, satellite and fiber optic channel positions will be available at MASNsports.com. Fans can also pick up MASN's television schedule at both teams' FanFest celebrations in January. The Orioles' FanFest is Saturday, January 23 and the Nationals' NatsFest is Sunday, January 31.
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