Still of MASN video featuring Orioles pitcher Darren O'DayOrioles Pitcher Darren O'Day is one in the impressive line-up of All-Star talent from the Orioles and Nationals featured in a new series of MASN advertisements to increase awareness about the Bay.

Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN)

The Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN), the television home of the Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals, has once again teamed up with CBF to educate local residents about clean water through Bay-focused public service campaign—"Go to Bat for the Bay." The network launched a series of television and online ads to increase awareness about the Chesapeake Bay.

The ads feature an impressive line-up of All-Star talent from both the Orioles and the Nationals—Darren O'Day, Orioles Pitcher; Buck Showalter, Orioles Manager; Orioles Broadcasters Mike Bordick and Rick Dempsey; Mike Rizzo, Nationals General Manager; Ryan Zimmerman, Nationals 3rd baseman; and Denard Span, Nationals Outfielder.

The ads encourage viewers to "Go to Bat for the Bay" by supporting CBF and our efforts to reduce pollution, restore oysters, and teach our children about clean water. Check out four in the video series below. To learn more, visit www.masnsports.com/cbf.

The Orioles Go to Bat for the Bay

The Nationals Go to Bat for the Bay

View the complete series here

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