After a couple of intrasquad games this past week, the Orioles have finally moved on to exhibition games against actual opponents from outside the organization. That being said, do you know what tomorrow is? It’s the day of MASN’s first spring training broadcast! Be sure to tune in to MASN at 1 p.m. for coverage of the Orioles game against the Yankees from Ed Smith
Just call Ed Smith Stadium, the Orioles’ spring training home, Nashville South. For the second consecutive year, the Orioles will host “Nashville’s Music Row Comes to the Ballpark” - an exclusive, on-field performance at Ed Smith Stadium - on Friday, March 17. Every dollar raised at the charity event will benefit the Library Foundation for Sarasota County’s early childhood literacy programs and the Music Health
The Orioles concluded their first intrasquad game of spring training today, meaning exhibition games against real opponents are coming soon. (Here’s your friendly reminder that MASN’s first spring training broadcast is Monday, Feb. 27 at 1 p.m. when the Orioles host the Yankees at Ed Smith Stadium.) But as the Orioles continue to put in work on the field at the Ed Smith Stadium complex
We’re so close to live baseball games, you can almost hear Gary Thorne’s voice. Just a reminder that MASN will broadcast its first of seven Orioles spring training games next Monday, Feb. 27, when the Birds host the Yankees at Ed Smith Stadium. Until then, we carry on through the last full week without live games with more “Orioles Classics,” starting tonight with the No.
SARASOTA, Fla. - With spring training kicking off, Orioles executive vice president and MASN president John P. Angelos took some time to sit down with WBAL Radio’s Brett Hollander and preview the 2017 season. While the O’s full squad has reported to Sarasota, they’ll fly north in less than two months for opening day, looking for their sixth straight season of at least .500 ball.
Today’s the big day when pitchers and catchers finally report to the Ed Smith Stadium complex, marking the end of the offseason and the official start of the 2017 baseball season. And to celebrate the first week of spring training, the Orioles are inviting all fans to the second annual Sarastoa SpringFest at Ed Smith Stadium this Saturday, Feb. 18. The free family-friendly event for
It’s finally here! Baseball’s back! With Orioles pitchers and catchers set to report to the Ed Smith Stadium complex tomorrow, the 2017 baseball season has finally arrived! Be sure to check back regularly to MASNsports.com throughout the week as we bring you complete coverage of the Birds straight from Sarasota. Meanwhile, to really kick off spring training, also be sure to tune in to MASN
OK, so it’s the last football Sunday in the season, which is a pretty good indicator that baseball isn’t far behind. And if you really don’t want to watch the Super Bowl tonight, there’s at least some alternate programming that should warm your baseball heart. The No. 9 game in our countdown of the top contests in Oriole Park’s history airs at 7 p.m. on