What radio station are the Nationals on?

106.7 The Fan
In addition to the flagship station 106.7 The Fan, the Nationals Radio Network will broadcast portions of Washington’s 2021 Spring Training and regular-season schedule to four states and the District of Columbia.

What happened to Dan Kolko?

After being let go by MASN, Dan Kolko announces he will work for the Nationals. Two months after the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network let him go, Dan Kolko, the former pre- and postgame host for Washington Nationals games on the regional sports network, announced he will be working for the Nationals during the 2021 season.

What happened to Nats talk on MASN?

“MASN has notified us that they are parting ways with Dan Kolko, Bo Porter and Alex Chappell,” the team wrote. “In addition, MASN has cut Nats Xtra to just 15 minutes pre- and post-game. To say that we are incredibly disappointed and upset by MASN’s decisions would be a gross understatement.

Why is Bob Carpenter not on MASN?

My friends and conspiracy theorists: I’m off until next Friday. This is a schedule that MASN, The Nats and I agreed to last fall, so my absence has nothing to do with FP’s return. FP and Dan will do a great job and I look forward to having the band back together next week. Have a great time off Bob!

How can I listen to the Nationals on the radio?

Fans will be able to listen to Charlie Slowes and Dave Jageler, the voices of Nationals radio, free on the RADIO.COM app and website, or on RADIO.COM via select smart speakers by selecting 106.7 The Fan. Fans using a smart speaker should tell their speaker to play 106.7 The Fan on the RADIO.COM app.

Who won the Washington Nationals game?

Soto takes over NL batting lead, Nationals beat Marlins 7-5 — Juan Soto took over the NL batting lead, getting three hits and three RBI to help the Washington Nationals beat the Miami Marlins 7-5 Wednesday night.

Who is announcing with Bob Carpenter?

F.P. Santangelo returns for his 11th season broadcasting Nationals games on MASN, working alongside play-by-play veteran Bob Carpenter.

Is FP Santangelo married?

Santangelo has married twice; his second marriage was to Playboy Playmate Michelle McLaughlin. He lives in Alexandria, Virginia.

What happened to Phil Wood?

Doctors eventually told Wood that he hadn’t had a heart attack and that his heart itself was in terrific shape, but that he had an elevated level of a cardiac enzyme and also needed quadruple bypass surgery. That surgery happened June 27, three days after his collapse.

Did Bob Carpenter retire?

Bob Carpenter, Television Play-by-Play Louis Cardinals and 16 seasons of MLB on ESPN. During the spring of 2017, Carpenter retired from calling college basketball games after 40 years, the last 15 with the University of Oklahoma, and many with ESPN and USA Network.

Where can I watch Nationals game?

If you aren’t around a TV to check out this MLB matchup, you can stream the game via WatchESPN or the ESPN app. But keep in mind — you’ll need a subscription to ESPN+.

How do I get Masn channel?

What streaming service has MASN? DIRECTV STREAM is currently the only live TV streaming service that has MASN. Subscribers can use an Amazon Fire TV Stick, Roku, Apple TV and Google Chromecast with Google TV to watch.

Who are the radio announcers for the San Francisco Giants?

Prior to joining MASN in 2011, Santangelo earned broadcast experience announcing San Francisco Giants games on CSN Bay Area and the Giants Radio Network, as well as hosting radio talk shows on San Francisco’s KNBR-680 AM and Sacramento’s KHTK-1140 AM.

Who are the radio announcers for the Washington Bullets?

Baseball’s return to our nation’s capital in 2005 also marked a return for Slowes, named the radio voice of the NBA’s Washington Bullets in 1986 at just 25 years of age. Slowes called Bullets games through the 1996-97 season, covering 11 seasons, including two years of radio/TV simulcasts.

Who was the original voice of the Washington Nationals?

Charlie Slowes became an original voice of the Nationals on February 24, 2005, in time for their inaugural spring training broadcasts.

Who was the announcer for the 1986 NLCS?

Corey McPherrin, a sports anchor with WABC (ABC’s flagship station out of New York) interviewed Mike Scott when he was presented with the 1986 NLCS MVP award after Game 6. NBC used Don Sutton as a pre and postgame analyst for their 1987 LCS coverage.