launches team-specific landing pages, the premier online destination for Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles news and analysis, has launched new team-specific landing pages. The new look showcases MASN’s extensive coverage of both teams.

One of the most notable additions to the site is a layout that introduces all of MASN’s dedicated and talented contributors -- from beat writers, to current players and baseball executives, to World Series MVPs and baseball historians -- every angle is covered at Viewers can scroll through the list of blogs and find each author’s latest entry, RSS feed, archive, photo and Twitter account.

At the top of the section, viewers can still find MASN’s top stories each day, along with a video player with the latest five team-specific videos. MASN’s Game Zone area, printable statistics and Fantasy Baseball game are also featured near the top of the page.

Social media buttons on each team-specific page link viewers back to MASN’s Facebook and Twitter accounts.

“MASN’s team specific pages provide better organization and interactivity with the tremendous amount of content being produced every day,” said network spokesman Todd Webster. “Fans have a one-stop-shop for the latest news, insights, analysis, and video about their favorite teams, as well as exclusive online content from the Nationals and Orioles players, managers and executives.”

The Nationals homepage is available at:

The Orioles homepage is available at:

Near the bottom of the page, fans can always find MASN’s television schedule and the latest news from MASN, the Nationals and the Orioles. Fans can also vote in Nats Xtra and O’s Xtra poll questions in the right sidebar. provides extensive online coverage of both teams with dedicated beat writers, exclusive MASN talent blogs, player, manager and general manager blogs, up to the minute video clips in MASN’s Media Lounge, series previews, a MASN Fantasy Baseball game, live in-game statistics, online chats and more. MASN is currently carried on 23 cable and satellite providers throughout a seven-state region.