Category Archives: MASN

Nationals Face Daunting Schedule Over Next Two Weeks

In my latest for, I take a look at the Washington Nationals upcoming schedule, where after they complete the ongoing series with the New York Mets, they host the World Series champion San Francisco Giants before setting out on a 10-day, nine-game road trip against Philly, Florida and Atlanta.
It would be a brutal test regardless, but made even more daunting by the fact the team is Continue reading


Rizzo Defends Remade Bench Against Early Criticism

My story today on follows up on the quotes from Mike Rizzo Monday night, when he went on 106.7 The Fan and answered questions about the Washington Nationals roster construction this season, specifically about the bench players he acquired.
Rick Ankiel, Jerry Hairston, Laynce Nix, Matt Stairs and Alex Cora are all veterans that Rizzo said, "know their roles and have exceed at the Continue reading

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Rehab, Not Hitters, Is Strasburg’s New Challenge

My second post for is up this morning, and in it I discuss the right arm of the franchise, Stephen Strasburg, and his new challenge of recovery and rehabilitation from the dreaded "Tommy John" ligament replacement surgery.
Strasburg’s full recovery won’t be for another year, but if he can follow the map that fellow TJ survivor Jordan Zimmermann laid out last summer, we could see Continue reading

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The NQ Will Be A Special Guest MASN Blogger At Bloggermania

Picture this: You are reading on the Nationals Buzz and going over the usual stories and info that MASNsports brings you. Suddenly, your monitor flickers. Then parts of the website start going black. Bam, bam, bam– whole sections go dark. For a few moments you wonder what the hell is going on then– you [...] Continue reading

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Dibble Done with Nationals, Says Team Source

As reported by The Washington Post’s Adam Kilgore and Nats Insider Mark Zuckerman, according to a team spokeman Rob Dibble will no longer broadcast Washington Nationals games. The spokeman said the decision was "permanent."
Dibble has made news twice in the last month.
First, he made inappropriate comments about two women sitting in the President’s Club talking during the game. Dibble suggested Continue reading