(Photo of TV by Nationals Enquirer staff. April 4, 2007: The image above captures one of our favorite MASN/Nats bloopers of all time. Manny Acta's first career victory with the Nationals comes courtesy of a walkoff bloop single down the left field line by Dmitri Young, and someone in the MASN production booth accidentally hits the "Grandslam!" button. Oops! MASN, you've come a long way, baby!)
MASN has released the 2010 Nationals TV schedule (Orioles, too, but who cares about them?)
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.
If you do the math, the really good news for Nats fans (and O's fans, too, but who cares about them, really?) is that every game will be available in HD this season.
What MASN didn't reveal is how many (if any?) Spring Training games will be broadcast. We should probably ask them about that...
How many days until pitchers and catchers report?