Washington Nationals Radio Network

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The Washington Nationals radio network is a United States radio network airing Washington Nationals baseball games in the mid-Atlantic region of the United States. The Washington Nationals Radio Network consists of 18 full-powered stations (15 AM, 3 FM) supplemented by 8 analog AM-to-FM translators and 3 digital HD subchannels.[1] The flagship is WJFK-FM/106.7.

The Nationals' broadcast team consists of play-by-play announcer Charlie Slowes and color announcer Dave Jageler. Additionally, Byron Kerr hosts "Nats Insider", and Phil Wood hosts "Nats Talk Live".[2]

Network stations[edit]

Map of radio affiliates in 2015

Delaware (1 station + 1 translator)[edit]

Maryland (3 stations + 2 HD subchannels + 2 translators)[edit]

North Carolina (3 stations + 1 translator)[edit]

Virginia (9 stations + 1 HD subchannel + 4 translators)[edit]

Washington, D.C. (1 station + 1 HD subchannel)[edit]

West Virginia (1 station + 1 translator)[edit]

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