This Week on the MSA Sports Network – 06/24/2014

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Tuesday, June 24, 2014 | 11:36 AM


We celebrate the first full week of summer with another busy week of pro baseball and pro softball action with another high school football all-star game this week here on the MSA Sports Network. The Washington Wild Things close out their home stand for three games at CONSOL Energy Field before hitting the road this weekend, while the Pennsylvania Rebellion visit Akron for two weekend pro fast pitch softball games, plus the 2014 Penn/Ohio High School Football All-Star Game and another edition of Rappin on Racin ALL here at MSAsports.net

Monday, June 23rd:

TALK SHOW – Rappin on Racin at 6:00pm on MSAsports.net

Tuesday, June 24th:

Frontier League Pro Baseball – Traverse City Beach Bums vs Washington Wild Things at 11:35am on WJPA-AM 1450

Wednesday, June 25th:

Frontier League Pro Baseball – Traverse City Beach Bums vs Washington Wild Things at 7:05pm on WJPA-FM 95.3

Thursday, June 26th:

Frontier League Pro Baseball – Traverse City Beach Bums vs Washington Wild Things at 7:05pm on WJPA-FM 95.3

Friday, June 27th:

WPIAL High School Football – Penn/Ohio All-Star Football Game at 7:30pm on WBVP-AM 1230 AND on WMBA-AM 1460

Frontier League Pro Baseball – Washington Wild Things vs Lake Erie Crushers at 7:05pm on WJPA-FM 95.3

Saturday, June 28th:

Frontier League Pro Baseball – Washington Wild Things vs Lake Erie Crushers at 7:05pm on WJPA-FM 95.3

Fast Pitch Pro Softball – Pennsylvania Rebellion vs Akron Racers at 7:05pm on MSAsports.net

Sunday, June 29th:

Frontier League Pro Baseball – Washington Wild Things vs Lake Erie Crushers at 1:05pm on WJPA-FM 95.3

Fast Pitch Pro Softball – Pennsylvania Rebellion vs Akron Racers at 2:05pm on MSAsports.net

Monday, June 30th:

TALK SHOW – Rappin on Racin at 6:00pm on MSAsports.net

 

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