Byron Kerr

Byron KerrByron Kerr joins 106.7 after 13 years at WTOP Radio as the Metro Networks Sports Director and sports anchor. He has called George Washington University basketball since 2005 and also was the voice of the George Mason Patriots and WNBA Washington Mystics. Kerr appears as television host on MASN’s Nats Xtra pre- and post-game shows and as a sideline reporter for the Washington Nationals. He blogs on the Nationals prospects, including exclusive interviews with Stephen Strasburg and Bryce Harper, at He has broadcasted Washington Wizards, D.C. United and Westwood One/CBS Radio national college football and basketball games and has hosted the BB&T college basketball Classic on MASN the past three seasons. An Air Force brat, Kerr arrived in the D.C. area in the mid-80s, attending Woodbridge HS and the University of Virginia.


John Wall of the Washington Wizards shoots against David West, Roy Hibbert and Darren Collison of the Indiana Pacers. (credit: Ned Dishman/NBAE via Getty Images)

Pacers Continue Wizards Woes As Wall Struggles Again,109-96

The rough stretch and difficult season for the Washington Wizards continued Wednesday as they fell to the playoff-bound Indiana Pacers 109-96.

106.7 The Fan–04/04/2012

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Milwaukee’s Fast Start Too Much For Tired Wizards, 112-98

Washington, D.C. – All it took was a big first quarter to set the tone against a depleted and taxed Wizards team. Milwaukee used a 22-8 run to sprint out to a 28-19 lead after […]

106.7 The Fan–04/02/2012

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Pistons’ Late Rally And Last Second Shot For Win All Too Familiar To Wizards, 79-77

This type of deja vu is not what the Wizards wanted to see. Oh no, not again.

106.7 The Fan–03/26/2012

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Braves Quick Start Too Much For Strasburg, Nationals Fall 7-4

The Atlanta Braves desperately needed a win. They made sure of it by getting to Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg early. Atlanta scored three runs before 28,817 fans could settle in their seats and held on […]

106.7 The Fan–09/23/2011

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Nationals Gear Up For Four Against Phillies

The Nationals defeated the Marlins 4-3 to salvage the finale of three games at Nationals Park and now embark on their last four games against the first place Phillies in Philadelphia.

106.7 The Fan–09/19/2011

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Murphy Homer In 13th Lifts Marlins Past Nationals, 4-1

A two-run homer by Donnie Murphy over the left center field wall against Collin Balester won the game for the Marlins.

106.7 The Fan–09/17/2011

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Lannan Roughed Up Early, Marlins Drop Nationals, 3-0

Lannan lasted six innings, allowing three runs on eight hits with three walks with one strikeout. He threw 96 pitches, 64 for strikes.

106.7 The Fan–09/17/2011

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Nationals crush homers, Strasburg handles Astros, 8-2

The Nationals crushed back-to-back-to-back homers in a four run third inning as they cruised past the Houston Astros.

106.7 The Fan–09/11/2011

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Lannan, Nationals Roughed Up By Astros, 9-3

Saturday night was one of those nights the Nationals’ John Lannan would just soon forget.

106.7 The Fan–09/10/2011

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Strasburg Looks Good In Return, But Dodgers Win, 7-3

368 days since Tommy John surgery, Strasburg allowed a double to the speedy Dee Gordon to lead off the game, but then retired 11 straight Dodgers.

106.7 The Fan–09/07/2011


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