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TELEVISION ANNOUNCERS

MASN, the television home of the Baltimore Orioles, is an independent regional sports network that televises every available Orioles game. The network is owned by the Orioles and Washington Nationals, and gives fans unmatched access to the action on the field and inside the game.

MASN televises every available Orioles game in high-definition on its two HD channels, MASN and MASN2. All of MASN's cable, satellite, and fiber optic distributors carry MASN and MASN2 on a consistent channel throughout the season. (Visit MASNsports.com for local listings.)

Before every game, MASN televises the Orioles exclusive pregame show, "O's Xtra," with insights and analysis about the upcoming matchup.

After each game, MASN televises the "O's Xtra" postgame show, with highlights, player interviews, and the manager's press conference.

MASN carries more than 200 NCAA Division I football and basketball games, featuring local colleges and top-ranked programs, as well as other regional sports programming, including the daily baseball show, "Mid-Atlantic Sports Report," airing weekdays at 5:00 p.m.

MASN's exclusive television territory covers all or parts of seven states including the District of Columbia, from Harrisburg, Pa. to Charlotte, N.C. The network is carried by most cable and satellite providers in the mid-Atlantic region.

Mike Bordick

Tom Davis

Rick Dempsey

Jim Hunter

Jim Palmer

Gary Thorne

RADIO ANNOUNCERS

CBS RADIO's 105.7 The Fan serves as the flagship station of the Orioles Radio Network. Fans can hear all 162 Orioles regular season games, select Spring Training contests, and extensive Orioles programming on 105.7 The Fan and across the seven-state, 40-station Orioles Radio Network.

In addition to expansive game coverage and pre- and postgame shows, the Orioles partnership with CBS RADIO brings exclusive Orioles programming to 105.7 The Fan backed by the power of CBS RADIO's cluster of stations, including Today's 101.9 (WLIF-FM) and Mix 106.5 (WWMX-FM).

Longtime Orioles Radio Network broadcaster Joe Angel will return for his 18th season and will be joined by veteran broadcaster Jim Hunter for most games. Former Orioles pitcher Ben McDonald will provide analysis for several games this season. MASN broadcaster and Orioles Hall of Famer Mike Bordick will also join the booth for select games.

In 2015, the Orioles' radio rights returned to 105.7 The Fan, where the station had previously broadcast Orioles games between 2007 and 2010. Currently, 105.7 The Fan is one of the highest-rated sports talk radio stations in the United States.

In 2010, the Orioles entered a multi-year partnership with WSBA Radio to serve as their affiliate in York, Pa. In all, there are 40 stations on the Orioles Radio Network, covering six states and the District of Columbia. In addition, members of the military stationed overseas have the opportunity to listen to Orioles games on the American Forces Radio Network.

Joe Angel

Ben McDonald