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Matt Valdez and Drab T-Shirt made a legendary announcement on the show Wednesday, about a business venture they’re jointly pursuing, and credit must be given where credit is due: they nailed the big reveal.
Caps fans have been forced to temper expectations after Washington raced to a 2-0 series lead, then promptly dropped the next two on the road in New York, but the help the Rangers are getting from the referees is undeniable, even to veteran broadcaster Joe Beninati.
Even with Stephen Strasburg off to a notably slow start for a guy expected to be among baseball’s elite, you’d still be hard pressed to a find a GM in the league who wouldn’t have the Nats hurler at the top of his wish list if he became available. But former GM Jim Duquette wouldn’t.
When discussing player safety with the Nats manager Wednesday, the Junkies asked Davey Johnson if he thought his players would wear protection if it wasn’t required, to which he responded by offering up a very “private” story about a chance encounter he had with a ball in Spring Training.
The Caps hopes for a series sweep were dashed in their 4-3 loss to the Rangers Monday, but the chance for a short series in the interest of sparing their legs for a deep playoff run is still alive.
The Junkies don’t talk about porn often, so it really was a change of pace when a story about a ‘Teen Mom’ star’s video outselling Kim Kardashian’s slipped into the Entertainment Page on Tuesday.
Braden Holtby may have given up 4 goals and the Caps may have given up the unlikely chance for a sweep in their 4-3 loss to the Rangers Monday night, but fear not Caps fans: Smokin’ Al Koken has just the medicine to get you in the right spirits for Game 4 Wednesday.
When Caps owner Ted Leonsis approached 106.7 The Fan’s broadcast booth prior to Caps/Rangers Game 1, he noticed Lavar Arrington wasn’t rocking the red during a red out, so he walked to the nearest gift shop and bought him a new hoodie.
As EB was nearing the end of telling a horror story about a prolonged stay in a waiting room Wednesday, Lurch dropped a showstopper that stunned the room, then sparked a beautiful jone session.
Nationals manager Davey Johnson says he’ll sit Danny Espinosa the next two games, replacing him with Steve Lombardozzi at second base as the team wraps up its series with Atlanta.
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