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Jim-Jim and Rob-Bob

For the second straight year, MASN used the innovative approach of sharing announcers for our two Interleague series with the Nats and Orioles. We hope you enjoyed it - now let me tell you what makes it work. For the play-by-play guys like Jim Hunter and myself, we have to check our egos at the door and know that the ex-players/analysts will have tons

Yankees did it right, and so did the Nats

On this Monday off day, there's time to savor the best week of Nationals baseball so far this season--four wins in six games against two of the best in the American League East. With the Red Sox coming to town and the ballpark about to be filled three nights in a row, here's a quick glance back at a new stadium in the Bronx

Tough Weekend by the Bay

There are times in baseball when you have to wonder, "What is going on here? Is there any justice in this game?" This past weekend's three-game sweep at the hands of the Tampa Bay Rays was one (or two or three) of those times. Friday night: The Nats scored 3 in the first - we're feeling great - then 2 errors led to 2

A nearly perfect night, or maybe it was!

There are certain times during a baseball season when everything lines up the right way, and when the game is over, you know you've been a part of something special. Saturday night was one of those times. It was a good omen when we got to the ballpark and the weather was perfect - 72 degrees and clear skies after nothing but clouds and

Random positive thoughts from an off day

"Monday, Monday ... can't trust that day" - so sang the Mamas and the Papas forty-some years ago. Monday for a lot of us is a day we dread; it's the start of another work week, and Friday seems to be a long way off. I would suggest to you that this past Monday, June 1st, was just what the Nationals needed, a day

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