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Tanner Roark and the Nationals take on the Twins at 6:05 EDT. Here is how you can watch or listen to the game.

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That's right, folks! Tonight's game at Nationals Park will be broadcast free for anyone with an internet connection.

The game starts at 6:05 p.m. EDT and here's how you can follow along:

On the TV - MASN-HD is carrying the game. Check the MASN channel guide for where to find this on your TV.

MLB.TV - MLB has announced that " any remaining exhibition games that are streamed live on will be free for anyone to watch from anywhere." This means that anyone can go here to watch the Nationals or any of nine other televised baseball games tonight, apparently with none of the usual blackout restrictions that apply during the regular season!

Radio - As always, Charlie and Dave (may they live forever) will be calling the action on 106.7 FM, also available online via MLB Gameday or the link above. For access on the AM band, check the affiliates page to see what radio stations across five states carry the Nationals.

As always, we will be following the game here on Federal Baseball, so be sure to drop by our GameThread and rub shoulders with your fellow fans as we prepare ourselves for the regular season!