Nationals games are televised by MASN, the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network, throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. All games air on MASN or MASN2, with all games available in crystal-clear HD on MASN HD or MASN2 HD. MASN's television territory covers all or parts of six states and the District of Columbia, from Harrisburg, PA, to Charlotte, NC, including Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, and West Virginia. The network is carried by most cable and satellite providers in the mid-Atlantic region.
For the seventh consecutive year, Bob Carpenter and F.P. Santangelo will return to the broadcast booth to provide fans play-by-play and color analysis during MASN's Nationals telecasts. They will be joined by Alex Chappell in the stands. Before every game, MASN televises the Nationals exclusive pregame show, Nats Xtra, during which hosts Dan Kolko and Bo Porter offer engaging insight and analysis about the upcoming matchup. After each game, MASN televises the Nats Xtra post-game show, featuring game highlights, player interviews and the manager's press conference.
Please consult our Broadcast Schedule and your local listings for up-to-date information.
Charlie Slowes and Dave Jageler are back in the booth once again, marking their 14th consecutive season together as the Nationals' radio broadcast team. Slowes has been with the Nationals since the club's inaugural campaign in 2005, while Jageler joined him behind the mic in 2006.
106.7 The Fan will broadcast a variety of Nationals-related programs pre- and post-game shows, a weekly interview with Mike Rizzo on Wednesdays at 9:00am, and the Nats Insider Show on Saturdays at 12:00pm with Dan Kolko.
The station will also operate a studio set at Nationals Park for pre- and post-game coverage, as well as special live broadcasts of its local sports talk shows. 106.7 The Fan broadcasts an exciting lineup of local sports talk shows including The Sports Junkies, The Grant and Danny Show and the Chad Dukes vs. The World show.
In addition to the flagship station 106.7 The Fan, the Nationals Radio Network will broadcast portions of Washington's 2019 Spring Training and regular-season schedule to four states and the District of Columbia.
Radio affiliates are subject to change without notice.
Washington, DC | WJFK 106.7 FM *Flagship
Washington, DC | 94.7 FM-HD3
Charlottesville, VA | WCHV 107.5 FM
Front Royal, VA | WFTR 1450 AM
Harrisonburg/Waynesboro, VA | WKCY 1300 AM / WKCI 970 AM
Lynchburg, VA | WBRG 1050 AM / 105.1 FM
Martinsville, VA | WHEE 1370 AM
Richmond, VA | WRVA 1140 AM / 96.1 FM
Cumberland, MD | WCMD 1230 AM / 102.1 FM
Frederick, MD | WWFD 820 AM
Thurmont, MD | WTHU 1450 AM
Milford, DE | WYUS 930 AM/102.1 FM
Martinsburg, WV | WRNR 740 AM / 106.5 FM
Greenville, NC | WECU 1570 AM
Nags Head, NC | WOBX 98.1 FM
New Bern, NC | WWNB 1490 AM / 103.9 FM
NEW FOR 2019
Washington Nationals Bag Policy
Please note: Beginning in 2019, backpacks may not be brought into Nationals Park except as otherwise provided in the Nationals Bag Policy. For a complete list of permitted bags and details about the Binbox storage option please click the Read More button below.