Advertisements Not sure if this is happening in all markets, but here in NY, when a Yankee game is broadcast simultaneously on MLB, TBS or ESPN, along with YES, my local regional sports network, the MLB one-pass insists on scheduling the national airing, instead of the YES network airing. Nine times out of ten, that game is blacked-ou in my market and I wind up recording 3-4 hours of empty screen. The channels on my cable system (Optimum) are numbered as follows: 715 YESHD 736 ESPN 739 TNT 790 MLB Note that YESHD is the lowest numbered channel. Is that the case for other cable systems? If so, scheduling the lowest numbered channel would guarantee the RSN is the MLB OnePass selection that gets recorded. If not, would be nice if RSNs in each market could be flagged somehow, so that the MLB One-Pass logic knows to choose it. As you can see below, the 7/26 game was scheduled to record on 739 (TNT), instead of 715 (YES). TNT was blacked-out in my market. IMG-0650 Is the RSN in your area numbered lower than ESPN, TNT and MLB? Thanks in advance for comments.