MLB Network Radio’s Mike Ferrin and Jim Duquette attempt to host pregame shows from both Camden Yards (prior to O’s – Tigers) and Nationals Park (prior to Giants – Nationals) on the same afternoon.
The Washington Nationals clinched their second National League East division title in three seasons on Tuesday night. While much of the current roster played key roles on the club that won an NL-best 98 games in 2012, some of the … Continued
The date is Oct. 12, 2012. The ballpark is packed to capacity on a chilly night in our nation’s capital as the NL East champion Washington Nationals are just an out away from advancing the the Championship Series for the first time since … Continued
The Washington Nationals have been without their All-Star third baseman since mid-April, when Ryan Zimmerman hit the disabled list with a broken thumb. In his place, 23-year-old Anthony Rendon has played admirably at the hot corner, hitting .267/.315/.444 with five home runs … Continued
Bryce Harper may have been benched on Saturday for lack of hustle (which made the Nats game program rather ironic), but for Nationals manager Matt Williams, it ends there.
MLB Network Radio wrapped up its 2014 Spring Training Tour as Jim Duquette and Mike Ferrin visited with the Washington Nationals in Viera, Florida. [gallery type="rectangular" ids="19325,19930,19929"] Washington Nationals 2014 outlook The Nationals are coming off a disappointing year following their postseason … Continued
MLB Network Radio visited all 30 teams in March in 20 days. Click on your team’s Spring Training logo for the camp recap and check out the photo wall for pics from throughout the tour! Team Recaps AL East AL Central … Continued
What happens when you ask the Phillie Phanatic for his National League East preview? Well, you get a few raspberries, a goofy “tomahawk chop,” and a little Phanatic-on-Ferrin action. Video that will make your Monday a whole lot better: Mike … Continued
The Washington Nationals’ search for their next manager is on, and an interesting name has surfaced of late: Cal Ripken, Jr. Earlier this week, Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth said Ripken would be his top candidate to replace the retiring Davey … Continued