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Follow The Nationals With Yahoo MLB Full Count

Yahoo and Major League Baseball have teamed up to bring you MLB Full Count.

March 28, 2012; Port St Lucie, FL, USA;  A general view of a Washington Nationals catchers mask and helmet in the bullpen before a spring training game against the New York Mets at Digital Domain Park. Mandatory Credit: Brad Barr-US PRESSWIRE
March 28, 2012; Port St Lucie, FL, USA; A general view of a Washington Nationals catchers mask and helmet in the bullpen before a spring training game against the New York Mets at Digital Domain Park. Mandatory Credit: Brad Barr-US PRESSWIRE

The Washington Nationals wrapped up their 2012 Spring Training Schedule with an entertaining 8-7 loss at the hands of the Boston Red Sox. The Nationals will now head west to Chicago, where they will begin their schedule of games that count with a 2:20 p.m. matinee against the Chicago Cubs Thursday.

The season is a 162-game, six-month odyssey, and it's highly unlikely that you're going to be in front of your TV or near your radio for every single game. But you don't want to be the guy who misses a big moment, either. With that in mind, Yahoo and Major League Baseball have teamed up to bring you MLB Full Count.

Think of MLB Full Count as the Red Zone channel for baseball. Every day and night of the season, fans can watch live look-ins, in-progress video, and experience the most thrilling plays, along with up-to-the-second statistics, scores, news, and commentary. And the best part is, it's all for free.

For more information on Yahoo MLB Full Count, go here. Now, let's play ball.

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