O's taking bids for radio deal
With their deal with CBS Radio’s 105.7 FM expiring after the season, the Orioles are currently fielding proposals from outlets looking to become the team’s flagship radio station going forward.
WBAL Radio 1090-AM and 105.7 are two stations in negotiations with the club, according to a source familiar with the talks, and they’d be the two frontrunners because of what they offer, both in terms of the signal strength and the financial means.
However, no deal is imminent, according to the source. The Orioles have been partners with 105.7 since the 2007 season. WBAL had previously served as their flagship station for 19 years.