The Baltimore Orioles Radio Network comprises 39 stations in five states and the District of Columbia.[1]

Beginning in 2022, the Orioles' flagship station is once again WBAL/1090 AM and is joined by sister station WIYY/97.9 FM; a game conflict with the Baltimore Ravens sees one station carrying the Orioles, and the other the Ravens. The contract is for six years.[2] Geoff Arnold, Brett Hollander, Melanie Newman and Scott Garceau are the Orioles' radio voices who are part of a rotation in which two broadcasters work each game.[3] All 162 regular-season baseball games are currently broadcast throughout the network.


Map of radio affiliates in 2015

(Updated as of January 6, 2023.)


City Station Frequency
Lewes/Ocean City, Maryland WXDE FM 105.9
Seaford WUSX FM 98.5
Wilmington WWTX AM 1290

District of Columbia

City Station Frequency
Washington, D.C. WSBN AM 630[4]


City Station Frequency
Annapolis WNAV AM 1430
W260BM FM 99.9
Baltimore (flagships) WBAL AM 1090
WIYY FM 97.9
WIYY-HD2 FM 97.9 HD2
W268BA FM 101.5
Cambridge WCEM AM 1240
Crisfield WBEY-FM FM 97.9
Cumberland / Frostburg WTBO AM 1450
W250CM FM 97.9
Frederick W292FR FM 106.3
WWEG-HD4 FM 106.9 HD4
Hagerstown WARK AM 1490
W244CP FM 98.9
Pocomoke City WGOP AM 540
W293DN FM 100.7
Salisbury WTGM AM 960
Westminster WTTR AM 1470
W272CX FM 102.3

North Carolina

City Station Frequency
Greenville WGHB AM 1250
Washington WDLX AM 930


City Station Frequency
Carlisle WIOO AM 1000
W250AP FM 97.9
Gettysburg WGET AM 1320
W229DK FM 93.7
Hanover WHVR AM 1280
W237EN FM 95.3
Shippensburg WRDD AM 1480
W230AX FM 93.9
York WSBA AM 910
W230CQ FM 93.9
WGLD AM 1440


City Station Frequency
Hopewell WHAP AM 1340
W245CU FM 96.9
Lynchburg WLVA AM 580
W231CE FM 94.1
Norfolk WVSP-FM FM 94.1

West Virginia

City Station Frequency
Berkeley Springs WCST AM 1010
Martinsburg WEPM AM 1340
W229CM FM 93.7

See also


  1. ^ "Broadcast Affiliates". Baltimore Orioles.
  2. ^ Press release on January 5, 2022 announcing WBAL as the flagship of the Orioles; retrieved January 7, 2022.
  3. ^ "How to listen to Baltimore Orioles games on WBAL NewsRadio,", Tuesday, October 4, 2022. Retrieved January 8, 2023.
  4. ^ "ESPN 630 AM The Sports Capitol Named the Official Washington, D.C. Radio Home of the Baltimore Orioles," ESPN 630 AM (WSBN), Wednesday, March 24, 2021. Retrieved March 24, 2021