Holden Kushner and Danny Rouhier
“You can keep writing blogs and deluding yourself and thinking people will buy in,” Jason La Canfora said of Caps owner Ted Leonsis, in an utter verbal beating he unleashed on the entire Washington Capitals organization. One-by-one, La Canfora picked apart each flaw no one seems to want to mention.
Nats general manger Mike Rizzo insists Bryce Harper did not suffer a concussion in his collision with the right field scoreboard at Dodgers Stadium, saying he’s still day-to-day. However, he didn’t seem aware that Harper had been feeling “a little carsick” yesterday, leaving Harper’s return date in question.
While Bryce Harper may be playing the game so hard he mistakenly ignores physical barriers, Manny Machado to the north, is struggling to break through the glass ceiling placed above him because of exceeding expectations of guys like Harper.
Boomer Esiason is a hardcore Rangers fan. He’s also a jinx when at the Verizon Center. So, for tonight’s Game 7 against the Capitals, he’ll be watching the game from the comfort of his couch in high definition.
Although cooler heads can gather third base umpire John Hirschbeck was looking for a fight when he threw Bryce Harper out in the 1st inning of the Pittsburgh game Sunday, Mike Rizzo says the 20-year-old slugger needs to be a little smarter and not throw his hands up in defiance of an umpire’s decision.
In light of our friends at Pro Football Talk fielding nominations for the Redskins Mt. Rushmore, 106.7 The Fan’s Holden and Danny pulled out their chisels to carve the faces of the worst Redskins into the side of a non-existent mountain they’re calling “Bizarro Mt. Rushmore.” Simply put, the worst Redskins.
Brian Kenny, former ESPN anchor and current studio host for MLB Network, says he’d have real concern for Stephen Strasburg despite what the Nationals organization is saying about his arm.
Robert Griffin III referred to Dan Snyder, Bruce Allen and Tony Wyllie as his football family whom he trusts, in a recent cover story for ESPN the magazine. But Mike Shanahan’s name was left out of the statement, which begs the question: Why?
106.7 The Fan skipped a beat on Thursday when an impromptu call-in from Nats manager Davey Johnson prompted one of the strangest segments in the history of the radio station.
Nats GM Mike Rizzo supported Davey Johnson’s decision to bench Danny Espinosa during his weekly radio show Wednesday, saying the second baseman is “in a little bit of a funk right now” and could use a couple days off.
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