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Lotta games.

From the press release:

(BALTIMORE, MD) --- The Mid-Atlantic Sports Network, the new television home of the Baltimore Orioles, will produce and televise 162 Baltimore Orioles games during the 2007 season. For the first time ever, the network will also carry 7 Orioles Spring Training games and new 30-minute pre-game and post-game shows, providing fans unmatched access to the Orioles all season long.

"With MASN and MASN2 now carried by most major cable and satellite providers in the area, we will offer more Orioles programming, more often than ever before," said MASN spokesman Todd Webster.

MASN also announced an exclusive new multi-year partnership with WJZ-Channel 13, to simulcast 25 Orioles games on its broadcast station. MASN on WJZ will debut on Friday, April 6 when the Orioles take on the Yankees in New York. On Monday, April 9th, WJZ will present special pre-game coverage of Opening Day and broadcast the home opener as the Orioles play the Detroit Tigers at Camden Yards. WJZ will also televise key home and away games (mostly on weekends) throughout the season.

"The partnership provides tremendous opportunities for MASN, WJZ, the Orioles and our fans," said Webster. "WJZ's strong local news, community involvement, and sports coverage including broadcast of most Baltimore Ravens football games, NCAA basketball, golf, and tennis make this an extremely compelling partnership for MASN and the Orioles."

Under the new partnership agreement, WJZ, MASN, and the Orioles will also work together on several community outreach programs and will provide special coverage of the induction of Cal Ripken into the Hall of Fame later this summer.