MASN adds three new broadcasters to its air

(Baltimore) - June 30 - The Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN) today announced the addition of three individuals – Brad Brach, Mike Devereaux and Jason La Canfora – to join an already talented group of broadcasters to enhance the on-air endgame experience for fans and bring familiar voices to the broadcast as the Orioles make a push for the postseason.

Brach will be joining the booth for a select number of games as a second analyst alongside Ben McDonald or Jim Palmer. He enjoyed an 11-year MLB career from 2011-21 with six teams, including the Orioles from 2014-18. He was an All-Star in 2016 while going 27-15 with 32 saves and a 2.99 ERA (109 ER/327.2 IP) in 288 games with the O’s, including helping the team win the American League East in 2014 and earn a postseason berth in 2016. He retired from playing following the 2022 season.

Devereaux has been added for a select number of games and will also join the booth as a second analyst. Seven of his 12 MLB seasons from 1989-1994 and 1996 were spent in Baltimore. Outside of Orioles Legend and Baseball Hall of Famer Cal Ripken, Jr., nobody played more games with the O’s during that time than Devereaux, who was inducted into the Orioles Hall of Fame in 2021. He helped the team to a playoff appearance in 1996. 

La Canfora joins as a game broadcast contributor and to O’s Xtra Pre/Post Game Shows. The Baltimorean has previous on-air experience with NFL Network (NFL Gameday and Thursday night football, CBS, and the Washington Post. He currently hosts Inside Access on 105.7 WJZ-FM. 

The Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN) is a regional sports network and multimedia platform that televises every available game of both the Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals, pre- and postgame shows, and NCAA Division I men’s and women’s sports, totaling more than 500 live events annually.  The network is available in a seven-state region, from Harrisburg, Pa., to Charlotte, N.C., on 25 cable and fiber optic providers, and is televised nationally via satellite provider DirecTV. MASN’s digital home - - features news and sports content and offers in-market streaming of both O’s and Nats games.  MASN has won more than 100 Emmy and Addy awards for broadcast and marketing excellence.

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