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In New York, It’s C-I-T-I

Moments ago, the Nats lost their first-ever game at Citi Field in New York, and I have mixed feelings about the ballpark. The Mets may have some hitters who aren’t too happy with this place in the months to come. David Wright lost at least a double and maybe a home run when he went opposite field and was robbed by Austin Kearns. A

“So Long” To Harry And Merle

Monday was a tough day at Nationals Park as we were stunned by the death of Harry Kalas. I’ll add my thoughts to the long list of accolades he is getting this week. I met Harry in St. Louis as a rookie announcer in 1984, and he was very nice to me. I remember sharing some time with Harry and his beloved “Whitey,” Richie

Nobody said this would be easy

Players really do have to have a short memory in Major League Baseball. The disappointments and failures of one day can’t be allowed to carry over to the next, and what happened yesterday has nothing to do with today, or tomorrow. But a winless start to the season is something no team wants to deal with, and it’s been a tough first four games

Welcome, Rob Dibble!

Hello again, Nats fans, and a belated Happy New Year! I think we’re in for a fun year on MASN with our new broadcast partner Rob Dibble. Those of you who visit with us on a nightly basis will enjoy Rob’s insight into the game, his sense of humor and, yes, his penchant for “calling it like it is.” Rob won’t pull any punches,

And Away We Go!

There’s not much to like about a 3 a.m arrival at a hotel, but for the Nats in the wee hours Sunday morning, nobody was complaining. A nice win in the spring finale against the Orioles left the Nats’ record at 15-17-2 and it was great to be at Nationals Park, at least for a day. The 2 1/2 hour flight to Fort Lauderdale

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