Are you ready for some baseball? The Nationals have released their plans for TV and radio coverage of Spring Training.
Nats pitchers and catchers are already in Florida with position players required to report by tomorrow (Friday).
Spring training coverage is listed below, but the MLB Network may add additional coverage.
|Sunday, February 24||vs. Miami||1:05 PM||106.7 The Fan|
|Tuesday, February 26||@Atlanta||1:05 PM||WJFK 1580 AM|
|Wednesday, February 27||vs. Miami||1:05 PM||WJFK 1580 AM|
|Thursday, February 28||vs. NY Mets||6:05 PM||MASN HD||106.7 The Fan|
|Friday, March 8||vs. St. Louis||1:05 PM||MASN HD|
|Monday, March 11||vs. Atlanta||1:05 PM||WJFK 1580 AM|
|Wednesday, March 13||vs. NY Mets||1:05 PM||WJFK 1580 AM|
|Thursday, March 14||vs. Houston||1:05 PM||WJFK 1580 AM|
|Saturday, March 16||vs. Houston||6:05 PM||MASN HD|
|Friday, March 22||vs. Detroit||1:05 PM||MASN HD|
|Saturday, March 23||@NY Mets||1:10 PM||106.7 The Fan|
|Sunday, March 24||vs. Atlanta||1:05 PM||MASN HD||106.7 The Fan|
|Thursday, March 28||vs. NY Mets||1:05 PM||MASN HD, ESPN|
|Friday, March 29||vs. NY Yankees||2:05 PM||MASN HD||106.7 The Fan|
Meanwhile, MASN has a new broadcast partner in WUSA Channel 9. The two networks will simulcast 20 games this season, beginning on Opening Day, April 1st when Washington hosts the Miami Marlins at Nationals Park.