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Written by The Staff   
Wednesday, 21 February 2007 08:02

MASNMid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN) announced their Orioles and Nationals broadcast teams for the upcoming 2007 season

For Orioles telecasts, ESPN veteran Gary Thorne will cover play-by-play for the Orioles games on MASN, sharing time with returning announcer Jim Hunter. Thorne joins a seasoned squad of Orioles broadcasters that includes Hunter, Hall of Famer Jim Palmer, Buck Martinez and 1983 World Series MVP Rick Dempsey.

Amber Theoharis will be the Orioles sideline reporter.

Hosting the new O's Xtra pre-game and post-game shows will be Jim Hunter and Rick Dempsey, while Tom Davis will share hosting duties with Hunter.

For Nationals telecasts, Bob Carpenter is back to cover play-by-play duties, while Hall of Fame pitcher Don Sutton becomes the new Nationals color analyst.

Debbi Taylor will become the Nationals new sideline reporter.

Hosting the new Nats Xtra pre-game and post-game shows will be the 27-year broadcast veteran and "Voice of the Terps," Johnny Holliday. He will be joined in the studio by 1986 World Series MVP Ray Knight.

"MASN has assembled the strongest, smartest, most entertaining broadcasting team anywhere. Their knowledge of the game and their experience in the field will bring fans closer to the action as MASN provides unmatched access to the Nationals and Orioles," said MASN spokesman Todd Webster

 
 
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