This commercial is the best of the bunch featuring Washington, DC teams in my opinion. This is definitely better than the Alex Ovechkin/Semyan Varlamov SportsCenter commercial or the more recent Stephen Strasburg commercial.
This commercial is not bad (LOVE seeing former ESPN 980 reporter Bram Weinstein in the video) but, I have to say I think the Alex Ovechkin/Semyan Varlamov SportsCenter commercial was better than this Stephen Strasburg one. What say you??
Great read from Mike Wise at The Washington Post wrapping the year in review for pro sports in Washington, D.C. Click this link to read it. (H/T Pat)
Here’s the Davey Johnson tribute shown at yesterday’s final home game for the Washington Nationals. Some of Davey’s teammates and current and former players got together to wish Davey Johnson well as he is retiring after the season. It’s quite evident Cal Ripken, Jr. is still upset at Jeffrey Maier (video of the incident at […]
I watched portions of the Nationals vs. Braves day/night doubleheader yesterday and wondered why the players weren’t wearing the blue and gold caps that were in the news (see this link too). Keith Olbermann explains why.
Considering last year’s run to the playoffs, this is a little surprising. Via CBS DC/WNEW D.C. traffic on game nights might seem to indicate otherwise, but apparently the Nationals are one of the least popular teams in baseball. Harris Interactive’s annual report on the popularity of Major League Baseball teams is out, and the Nats […]
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The Washington Nationals are hosting tryouts/auditions next week for the 2013 Racing Presidents. If you go, I hope you fare better than the person in the Jefferson costume in the video above. The Washington Nationals are looking for a few people to suit up with the team. The Nationals don’t need players. They’re looking for […]