The Hagerstown Suns, Single-A
affiliate of the Washington Nationals,
are pleased to announce that WJEJ
1240-AM will serve as the team's flagship radio station for
season. WJEJ will
air all home and road
games live on 1240-AM and www.wjejradio.com,
with the exception of weekday games beginning prior to 12:00 p.m. The agreement marks the
year that Suns game broadcasts will be carried on WJEJ.
are pleased to be returning to
WJEJ 1240-AM for our 2012 game broadcasts as well as the Suns Farm
Thursday mornings," said Suns General Manager Bill
live game broadcasts will begin
with a pre-game show approximately fifteen minutes prior to the
time. The "Suns
Farm Report" will return
for a second season, hosting a Suns special guest every Thursday
8:30 a.m. during the season as a part of WJEJ's normal programming.
proud to continue the tradition of providing the Cumberland Valley with
entertainment, great music and local sports," said Phil Miller
Hagerstown Broadcasting Company. "WJEJ
looks forward again to being the flagship radio station of the
for the 2012 season."
announced by the Suns in
November, team Media Relations Director Matt
will serve as the lead play-by-play announcer throughout the season.
anticipation of working with
the great staff at WJEJ to bring the Hagerstown Suns season into the
cars, computers and mobile devices of this great baseball community has
mounting for me throughout the winter," said Leite. "April fifth can't
come soon enough."
fans who own an iPhone device
can gain access to WJEJ's live game broadcasts by downloading the free
Hagerstown Suns App.
is a full service formatted
broadcast radio station licensed to Hagerstown, MD., affiliated with
and serving the Four-State area. WJEJ is owned and operated by
Broadcasting Company, Inc.
Day at Municipal Stadium for the 2012
season will be on Thursday, April 5, against the West Virginia Power.
game tickets, season tickets, mini-plans, and group are now on sale.
information and to reserve your seat at Municipal Stadium, call
The Hagerstown Suns are owned by Hagerstown
This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.