News Release, Washington Nationals

Single game tickets areon sale nowfor the third season of Nationals Spring Training at FITTEAM Ballpark of the Palm Beaches! For fans who are unable to make the trip to West Palm Beach, Entercom station 106.7 The Fan (WJFK-FM) in Washington D.C., the flagship station of the Washington Nationals, will broadcast a total of eight Nationals Spring Training matchups. The radio broadcast schedule includes the March 25 exhibition game against the New York Yankees at Nationals Park. Please see the full schedule below.

In addition to their game programming, 106.7 The Fan will be broadcasting a 90-minute Nationals talk show once a week during Spring Training beginning Monday, February 25. “Nats Spring Training Live!” will be hosted by Nationals radio voices Charlie Slowes and Dave Jageler and broadcast live on Monday evenings from 6:30-8:00 p.m. ET from the Brother Jimmy’s CityPlace location in West Palm Beach, FL. Each broadcast will include special guest appearances by Nationals players, coaches and personalities. The live broadcasts will be open to the public, so Nationals fans who make the trip to West Palm Beach can head to Brother Jimmy’s to take in the live show.

On Wednesday, March 27, 106.7 The Fan will broadcast one final “Nats Spring Training Live!” from the Brother Jimmy’s National Harbor location. One day before Opening Day, this event will give Nationals fans one final opportunity before Opening Day to see Charlie and Dave preview the Nationals 2019 season right here in the D.C. area.


2/23vs. HOU6:35 p.m.West Palm Beach, FL106.7 The Fan
3/2vs. MIN1:05 p.m.West Palm Beach, FL106.7 The Fan
3/9vs. MIA6:35 p.m.West Palm Beach, FL106.7 The Fan
3/10@ HOU1:05 p.m.West Palm Beach, FL106.7 The Fan
3/16vs. STL1:05 p.m.West Palm Beach, FL106.7 The Fan
3/17vs. NYM1:05 p.m.West Palm Beach, FL106.7 The Fan
3/21vs. STL6:35 p.m.West Palm Beach, FL106.7 The Fan
3/25vs. NYY5:05 p.m.Washington, DC106.7 The Fan

* Subject to change

For more information on how to purchase Spring Training tickets,

Listeners can tune in to 106.7 The Fan (WJFK-FM) in Washington D.C. on air, as well as nationwide on the app andwebsite. Fans can also connect with the station on social media via Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

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