Oh, dear, we’re turning into a sports blog

Tom posted awhile ago about Z104 broadcasting Nationals games, but in case you can’t get the station in your office and you want to listen to the games while you work (not that anyone would do that…of course not), you can also hear the broadcasts at the MLB site. (By the way, we’re currently ahead of the Phillies, 1-0.)

Update Listening to the Nats online will cost you a season subscripton of $15, sadly, it’s not free like Radio. –T

4 Comments so far

  1. Jeanne (unregistered) on April 8th, 2005 @ 10:02 am

    You can’t listen to the games for free at the MLB site but you can “watch” them for free with MLB Gameday. If you click on the icon that looks like a field next to the game you want, it’ll open up a window with a play by play of the game. It shows every pitch, who’s pitching, who’s batting, the players on the field and on the bases… it’s pretty decent. Not the same as radio but you can still get your baseball “fix” at work. :)

  2. Jason (unregistered) on April 11th, 2005 @ 10:17 am

    You could always go to Z104’s website and listen to the station over the internet. Lots of stations do this, and thus you got your free games over the internet :)

    (haven’t tried it myself, fyi)

  3. JennB (unregistered) on April 11th, 2005 @ 12:06 pm

    Z104 doesn’t broadcast the games over the Internet, just the regular station.

  4. BP (unregistered) on April 14th, 2005 @ 9:05 pm


    just wondered if anyone went the National’s home opener, and what the situation was like in the neighborhood. I owned & renovated a house on A Street SE, between 18th & 19th–right next to the stadium/armory metro exit. I was really hoping to be there when baseball came back (and make my house a pre-game mecca of festivities), but “had” to move back to the west coast. I heard crime was up in the neighborhood, and remember a big international soccer game at RFK while we were there that had drunken fans pissing in front of our house before the game even started. I’m sure there will be some of this happening at the baseball games, but wondered if anyone had a report of what it was like out there on night #1. Thanks…

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