The renowned “Larry Michaels Highlight Show” made it’s return to 106.7 The Fan on Wednesday, slightly revamped in a new segment called “Ask Larry” for the 2014 Redskins season.
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As a bench player, Kevin Frandsen gets a good look out everyone’s routines in the Nationals dugout, and warns you gotta watch out for Matt Williams various scowls.
Matt Williams insists his Nationals coaching staff compete in frequent “camaraderie runs” to stay competitive, says first base coach Tony Tarasco.
Nationals utility player Kevin Fandsen says the challenge of coming off the bench is often overlooked, as doing so is “probably the toughest thing in baseball.”
Washington Nationals bench coach Randy Knorr explained the odd superstitions he’s kept up through the team’s ten-game winning streak.
Grant Paulsen and Danny Rouhier have pledged to only talk Nationals on their radio show on 106.7 The Fan for as long as the team’s win streak continues.
Joe Theismann and Chris Simms, two quarterbacks who suffered career-ending injuries, plead for RGIII to protect his body better.
Ex-Redskin and now-Browns receiver talks about Kyle Shanahan, Rex Grossman and Johnny Manziel, all in one interview.
Jayson Werth is not headed to the disabled list after all, Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo informed 106.7 The Fan’s Grant Paulsen on Wednesday.
In giving the perspective of Boston media, Tom Curran of CSN New England made the point there’s “not a massive, massive drop-off” from the Redskins third-string quarterback, Colt McCoy, and their first-stringer, Robert Griffin III.
Mike Rizzo explains how, in a strange move, the Nationals were able to acquire lefty reliever Matt Thornton from the Yankees from waivers, without giving up a player.