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Orioles and Nats TV Ratings Drop Despite Winning Seasons

by | Sep 30, 2014

An interesting post on dcrtv.com: The Orioles ratings in Baltimore dropped 10% this season despite the fact that the team won its first AL East title since 1997, according to sportsbusinessdaily.com. Still, the team’s 5.88 rating on MASN is its second highest since that 1997 season, when Orioles games were carried by Home Team Sports.

MASN’s other team, the NL East division-winning Washington Nationals, also saw a ratings drop this season. The Nationals’ 2.29 average rating was down 16%. Washington registered a 74% jump in 2012, the last time it won the NL East. It gained another 8% last year, when the team fell just short of the playoffs, continued the dcrtv.com report.

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