The Nats beat the Pirates 3-1 for their third straight win and their sixth victory in the past eight games. Mark & Al this time have plenty of good things to say about Patrick Corbin as he struck out a dozen Pirates in eight innings of work. It ties a career high for Corbin in terms of strikeouts, the last time he whiffed that many was back in the 2019 NLCS. (13:32) Tanner Rainey ran into some trouble, but ultimately earned his 11th save of the season. Who do you currently trust more... Rainey or Finnegan? (21:05) Yadiel Hernandez came off the bench for the game winning hit in the bottom of the 8th. It is two straight days that Washington could only bring in a runner in scoring position in the penultimate inning. Mark explains how Ehire Adrianza's presence led to the decision to have Yadiel pinch hit. (29:07) The Nationals had two minor league starts of import on Tuesday evening. Anibal Sanchez made a brief rehab start in Rochester and former 1st round pick Jackson Rutledge tossed eight Ks in Fredericksburg. Al wonders how much of a chance Anibal will have to enter the Major League rotation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
13:59 - Guest: longtime Maryland attorney Neil in Rockville on the ongoing dance between Dan Snyder and Congress over it subpoenaing Dan for a deposition in the Commanders' workplace-misconduct scandal, including the mechanics of a subpoena, the strategies being employed by Dan and Congress and whether Congress in its focus on Dan is guilty of congressional overreach 45:18 - Nationals: analysis of the Nats winning for the fifth time in seven games with a 3-2 come-from-behind victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates 01:01:44 - Orioles: react to the O's clinching their first winning month since Aug. 2017 with a 9-2 win at the Seattle Mariners Visit https://Go.Factor75.com/Galdi120 to save $120! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Nats came back on the Pirates 3-2 as Maikel Franco hit a game winning 2 run HR in the bottom of the 8th. Al discusses how they struggled with runners in scoring position all night until Franco came through late as the Nats have now won five of their past seven games. The boys ultimately stranded ten runners on base in the victory. (11:20) Erick Fedde allowed two runs in five frames, keeping the team in it despite exiting with a 2-0 deficit. It goes down as a quality start, which the staff has recorded in seven of the past eight games. The bullpen stepped up with four scoreless innings, including the notable decision to pitch Kyle Finnegan in the bottom of the 9th as opposed to Tanner Rainey. (23:10) Davey Martinez was named to the coaching staff for next month's All Star Game. This seems like a gesture from Atlanta's Brian Snitker to recognize Martinez for having missed the opportunity to manage the 2020 affair. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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6.27.11 Hour 2 1:00- Jackson Tetreault, rookie starting pitcher for the Nats, joins G&D after delivering back-to-back awesome performances. We talk with him the day after he shuts down the Texas Rangers. 23:00- Danny had a terrible thing happen to him this morning that made him waste a lot of money that he didn't want to lose, so he describes that here. Then, we take your calls on the biggest waste of money you've ever spent,
No one in the history of spin has spun more than this current Government, which is why I find it so ironic that Grant Roberston's accused Chris Luxon of ‘political spin' when it comes to the party's views on Roe v Wade being overturned. Pot, kettle. What Luxon did, was clarify the party's position, after a personal statement was made by one of his MPs who clearly momentarily forgot that he's part of a bigger machine than just himself. Simon O'Connor maybe should've kept his celebratory Facebook post between him and his nearest and dearest, and remembered that he doesn't speak for his whole party. It does of course suit a left leaning government – and media for that matter, and their agenda, to cast Luxon as some sort of Trump 2.0 and look to whip up a storm over this. Which is why Nicola Willis looks like the only politician speaking any sense at the moment. She said this whole thing is an attempt by the Government to import American style culture wars into our politics and it's needless fear mongering to whip up anxiety. This is what this Government does best, I guess. It's also an ideal distraction from all the areas they're failing on, from all the bad press and bad polling they've been having, from their weakness on healthcare, crime, gangs and a flailing economy. So, for a rogue backbencher MP from the Nats to royally put his foot in it by making some dumb statement, well the timing could not be better for an under fire government to capitalise on it. There is a firestorm of emotion being whipped up all over the world by the Supreme Court's Roe v Wade decision. So, what better thing to latch onto to maximise political panic at home, than this. The inference being of course from Robertson et al, that the Nats will overturn our country's abortion laws. But Luxon's already said that won't happen, it's off the table, not on their agenda. So, where's the scandal? Well according to Robertson, ‘Luxon's hiding his real feelings and is in overdrive spinning'. Well, Robertson would know what that looks like I guess. Luxon has been very definitive abortion law will not be revisited under his watch, but Robertson doesn't think he's been definitive enough. Does this ring any bells? Not definitive enough… Remember when Grant Robertson had to admit he'd been “too definitive” when he ruled out changes to the bright-line test just before the election? So maybe Grant's just got a different scale to the rest of us of what 'definitive' means. Either way, if the Government's looking to beat up the Nats as some kind of anti-abortion law party, while they may get traction among their own sympathisers, most of us can see what's really going on here. And don't get me wrong, I'll be the first to have a crack at the National party if they ever did look to back track on this, but you have to weigh up the integrity of the people you're dealing with, the trust you have in them and whether or not you believe they'll keep their word. On that score, I'd say Grant, bright line test, and ‘too definitive' is all you need to know there.
Josh Neighbors breaks down this past weekend series between the Washington Nationals & the Texas Rangers. He discusses the incredible starting pitching performances of Paolo Espino, Jackson Tetreault & Josiah Gray. He also focuses on Josh Bell & his continued success. He wraps up the show by previewing the Nats upcoming series against the Pirates. Washington Nationals Take 2 of 3 From Texas Rangers Behind Red Hot Pitching & Josh Bell's Bat WANT MORE DAILY WASHINGTON NATIONALS CONTENT? Follow & Subscribe to the Podcast on these platforms…
If I was Christopher Luxon, I'd be wheeling out Simon O'Connor and forcing him to apologise.Not for his views on abortion, he's entitled to whatever view he wants, but for being a dickhead about it.Personally, I'm not speaking from what I want. I don't mind his Facebook post saying “Today is a good day” because while I disagree with him, I accept that other people have different views.And more importantly, I think I understand that there is no risk of our abortion laws changing because no party is even talking about that.Politics isn't always rational and sane. Voters aren't always as switched on as you or I might like them to be. Sometimes they form opinions based on a headline and this headline is bad for the Nats.I've already had two under 40-year-olds tell me they're worried about the Nats and the abortion issue, and they're both actually National voters. One of them now says they don't think they can vote for National this time around.And that is why Luxon needs to wheel O'Connor out. He needs to make it very clear to punters that O'Connor is getting a telling-off for this.This is Luxon's real weak spot here – when it comes to how conservative he is, he's really exposed and especially when it comes to abortion.One of his first mini controversies when he took over as leader last year was confirming in an interview that he thought abortion was tantamount to murder.I think it's a sign that he knows he's in trouble, that he's tried to clarify the National Party's position on Twitter two days in a row and still he's being asked about it in the media.I reckon he's in trouble on this stuff. A lot of younger people won't like what they consider old-fashioned views.We've got very used to having a very liberal, progressive and younger Prime Minister representing on the world stage.Simon O'Connor could not have stuffed this up anymore for Christopher Luxon. He's opened the door right up to attacks on his party and his party's leader in the very space where Luxon's most exposed.Even though there's no risk our abortion laws do get changed, Christopher Luxon should shut this down politically.The best way to do that is to make Simon O'Connor come out and say he's sorry.
Rowdy Tellez was a man on a mission on Sunday in the rubber match of a three-game set with the Toronto Blue Jays as the Milwaukee Brewers claimed the finale and the series to cap the homestand. The Blue Jays claimed the opener 9-4 behind a strong effort from Alek Manoah, but the Brewers responded with great arms of their own with an incredible Corbin Burnes start on Saturday then an all-hands performance on Sunday. The Brewer bats continued to show signs of life slugging 10 runs and Tellez contributing a pair of homers on Sunday. Plus previously on Saturday they received a homer from Mike Brosseau and Andrew McCutchen each in the winning effort. At the end of the weekend, the Brewers claimed their first series win at home since the Nats series on May 21st. Now the Brewers enjoy an off day (and we will too, so no podcast tomorrow!) and prepare to head to the Trop for a quick two-gamer in Tampa Bay before continuing on to Pittsburgh. You can follow our show account @LockedOnBrewers and host @Dom_Cotroneo for all of the latest news ahead of the week! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Did you know every week, nearly 40 million job seekers visit LinkedIn? Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONMLB. Athletic Greens To make it easy, Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/MLBNETWORK Sports Card Investor Download the Sports Card Investor App today and easily browse over 630K cards from every sport, with hundreds more added each week . Available for free in the Google Play and Apple App stores or go to sportscardinvestor.com/lockedon. Blue Nile Make your moment sparkle with jewelry from Bluenile.com, and LOCKED ON SPORTS listeners get $50 off purchases of $500 or more using code LOCKEDON. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Show Notes:This episode we talk with Jon Dieringer. Jon is the Event Director for F3A Pattern Nats.We discuss how he got started in RC, Aerobatic competition and how he got involved in the Nats. You can find more information about him or contact him on Facebook @Jon DieringerNats Webpage: nats.modelaircraft.orgNats Registration: https://nats.modelaircraft.org/nats/registerNSRCA Webpage: nsrca.usFind us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/RC-Aerobatic-Podcast-104231962170672Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org Special thanks to John Gros, the Funkiest man I know, for the great bumper music! John "Papa" Gros Website: www.johnpapagros.com
This week, host Dan Kolko says hello to former Nationals pitcher and fan favorite Gio Gonzalez to discuss his arrival in DC, the influence of Ryan Zimmerman, and more. Dan also welcomes Joe Dillon, the minor league hitting coordinator for the Washington Nationals. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
12:32 - Commanders: react to Alex Smith revealing that his daughter underwent an emergency craniotomy to remove a large and rare malignant brain tumor and the disturbing trend that this continues 22:55 - Guest: Commanders insider Ben Standig of The Athletic on a number of items regarding the Commanders' defense at their offseason break, including how players feel about Jack Del Rio, the nature of the relationship between Jack and Ron Rivera, what the team's thinking at linebacker truly is, whether a contract extension could be coming for Cole Holcomb, whether the team truly views Benjamin St-Juste as its No. 1 nickel corner for the 2022 season and more 42:12 - Nationals: analysis of the Nats winning two of three games at the Texas Rangers, including a terrific series for Nats starting pitching and productive series for Juan Soto, Josh Bell and Nelson Cruz 01:05:24 - Orioles: thoughts on the O's winning three of four games at the Chicago White Sox, including more great work from the Orioles' bullpen and a good series for Adley Rutschman Visit https://Go.Factor75.com/Galdi120 to save $120! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Nats hung on 6-4 in Texas to win a weekend series for the fourth time in five attempts. Al & Mark (Live From Globe Life Field) begin with praise for Jackson Tetreault who only allowed one run in the victory. The Nationals have had a quality start in six of the past seven games and have gone 4-3 in that stretch. (09:45) Tanner Rainey came in to get the Save as a 6-1 lead in the 9th was trimmed to a slight two run edge after Francisco Perez struggled mightily. Mark explains why Perez was tabbed to start the 9th despite not having appeared on the mound in over a week. (15:05) Juan Soto reached base five times on Sunday, four of which came via walk. Soto is now up to a MLB leading 61 walks on the season, 13 more than second place. (23:40) Nelson Cruz had a busy weekend and in the finale he had two hits and three RBIs. A Dallas based reporter tweeted out on Sunday that the controversial call from Saturday involving Cruz was mishandled by MLB. How could such a mistake occur? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Nats lost a heartbreaker to the Rangers 3-2 as Adolis Garcia hit a walk-off HR against Kyle Finnegan in the bottom of the 9th. Mark (Live from Texas) and Al take a glass half full approach to Saturday as Josiah Gray struck out nine in seven innings, only allowing four hits in the process. Does it seem like he's elevated his game this past month? (11:30) Finnegan got the nod in the 9th instead of Tanner Rainey. Is he taking Rainey's spot as the ace reliever on the staff? (16:30) Washington was on the wrong end of a controversial call in the top of the 8th that potentially cost them the go ahead run. Why wasn't Nelson Cruz's hit reviewable? Mark relays what the team was feeling about the play afterwards. (24:15) Juan Soto doubled, but also immediately hit into a 5-6-3 double play. We revisit our ongoing conversation about Soto's struggles so far this season. He is shocking 7 for 56 with runners in scoring position this year. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Nats topped the Rangers 2-1 in their first ever trip to Globe Life Field. Mark (Live from Texas) & Al tip their caps to Paolo Espino, who had another solid outing, as he didn't allow a run until the 6th inning. Why exactly was Paolo buried on the pitching depth chart for so long? (10:35) Josh Bell collected three hits in the return to his hometown, including the go ahead RBI single in the 8th inning. Bell's average is up to .302, one of only ten players in the NL above the desired threshold. Vote Bell for the All Star Game Early & Often! (17:30) The Nationals committed another out at home on Friday, for a staggering 11th time this season. This brings attention to new 3rd Base Coach Gary DiSarcina, who has many questionable calls so far this year. (34:01) GM Mike Rizzo spoke with Mark and the other beat reporters before the game and had updates on Stephen Strasburg, Brady House, Cole Henry, and Cade Cavalli. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Josh Neighbors shares his thoughts on the Nationals series split with the Baltimore Orioles. He breaks down Erick Fedde's strong pitching performance that has got him back on track. He then looks ahead to the Nats three game series with the Texas Rangers. In the final segment he discusses his experience at Truist Park in Atlanta. WANT MORE DAILY WASHINGTON NATIONALS CONTENT? SHOW DETAILS Follow & Subscribe to the Podcast on these platforms…
The Nats were blanked 7-0 in Baltimore in a rain shortened affair (6 innings). Al & Tim begin with the bewilderment of some of the decisions behind the two rain delays that occurred on Wednesday. Why did it take so long to call it a night? Austin Hays of the Orioles hit for the cycle despite it not being a full game, the 3rd player to do so against the Nationals. (07:45) Patrick Corbin struggled yet again as he was handed his 10th loss of the season and only lasted four innings. Tim takes advantage of his pinch- hosting assignment to lay out what he hopes the organization does with Corbin. (20:45) Mike Rizzo had semi eyebrow raising comments on 106.7 The Fan about Lane Thomas being a long term cog for Washington. Do you see him as the franchise CF? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
11:24 - Commanders: breakdown of a wild day for the Commanders in their workplace-misconduct scandal that featured major reveals by Congress' House Committee on Oversight and Reform, a congressional hearing at which it was announced that Dan Snyder is being subpoenaed, a letter from Dan and Tanya Snyder and Jason Wright to Commanders employees and a statement from Ron Rivera 38:43 - Guest: Neal Mollen, a lawyer who practiced labor and employment law for three-plus decades and is an adjunct professor at George Mason's Antonin Scalia Law School, on what now for Dan Snyder now that he is being subpoenaed and much more off the second congressional hearing on the Commanders' workplace-misconduct scandal 01:02:43 - Nationals and Orioles: analysis of the Nats' 7-0 rain-shortened six-inning loss at the O's from each team's perspective, including a monster game for Austin Hays, another bad game for Patrick Corbin and another good game for Tyler Wells https://HelloFresh.com/Galdi16 and use the promo code Galdi16 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode of 2WL, we explain USAPL rule changes, pro series updates, and recap USAPL Mega Nats Jr Primetime/Female lifters. - Rule changes and Pro series updates (2:13 - 28:20) - Jr Primetime (28:21 - 43:58) - 44/48 kg (43:59 - 60:12) - 52 kg (60:13 - 68:26) - 56 kg (68:27 - 79:15) - 60 kg (79:16 - 101:53) - 67.5 kg (101:54 - 120:29) - 75 kg (120:30 - 128:17) - 82.5 kg (128:18 - 136:15) - 90 kg (136:16 - 143:23) - 100 kg (143:24 - 149:47) - 100+ kg (149:48)
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A refreshed Nats blanked the Orioles 3-0 for a 2nd straight win. Mark (Live from Baltimore) & Al evaluate Erick Fedde's big night as he tossed six shutout frames at Camden Yards. The bullpen was just as good as well as Kyle Finnegan, Carl Edwards, Jr., and Tanner Rainey all threw scoreless innings. (12:03) Lane Thomas homered on Tuesday while hitting ninth in the order. Thomas is hitting .310 so far in the month and Mark explains what likely led to the decision to put in that lineup spot. (22:05) A Ryan Zimmerman memory submitted from a listener. Please send yours in to email@example.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
10:51 - Commanders: in-depth react to a bombshell report - on the eve of a second congressional hearing on the Commanders' workplace-misconduct scandal - from The Washington Post providing details on alleged sexual misconduct by Dan Snyder on his plane in April 2009 23:16 - Guest: Pro Football Focus vice president of research and development Eric Eager on why he is optimistic about the Commanders in the 2022 season, including insight on Scott Turner, the Commanders' receiving corps, Carson Wentz and the Commanders' defense 44:22 - Nationals and Orioles: analysis of the Nats' 3-0 win at the O's from each team's perspective, including Erick Fedde, the Nats' bullpen and Jordan Lyles all pitching well https://HelloFresh.com/Galdi16 and use the promo code Galdi16 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Become a Posse Outrider Supporter: https://www.patreon.com/plasticpossepodcastEpisode 47 has all 5 of the Posse together - oh wait - we are now 6! Grant Mayberry joins the Posse as it's newest member, and we have a great time discussing NATS and all things modeling. Doug leads us in a discussion about what modeling things we are good at, and what things we want to improve on. PLUS - TJ and Grant bring you a fantastic interview with the one and only Lincoln Wright, who talks about all thing Maschinen Krieger, including his forthcoming book on the Ammoknight! If you would like to help support our show through a one time donation, click on the link above to donate, or click the Heart Icon in the upper right hand corner of our website. We really appreciate your support!If you would like to become a Posse Outrider, and make a recurring monthly donation of $ 1 and up, visit us at www.patreon.com/plasticpossepodcast . (Link above)Plastic Posse Podcast on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PlasticPossePlastic Posse Podcast on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/plasticpossepodcast/Plastic Posse Podcast on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PossePodcastPlastic Posse Group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/302255047706269Plastic Posse Podcast on YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP7O9C8b-rQx8JvxFKfG-KwOrion Paintworks (TJ): https://www.facebook.com/orionpaintworksJB-Closet Modeler (JB): https://www.facebook.com/closetmodelerThree Tens' Modelworks (Ivan): https://www.facebook.com/ThreeTensModelWorksPaint on Plastic Website: https://www.paintonplastic.com/Paint on Plastic Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/paintonplasticSPONSORS:Tankraft: https://tankraft.com/Value Gear Resin: http://www.valuegeardetails.com/index.htmlModel Contests and ShowsIPMS USA Nationals 2022 Omaha: https://www.facebook.com/groups/270897917458272Support the show (https://paypal.me/scottgentry1637?locale.x=en_US)Support the show
Bram continues with the NBA as there could be a ton of movement with their stars heading into the 22-23 season. A look at Gronk's retirement and the reaction around the league. A look at the Nats and O's facing off for 2 games starting tonight. For more sports coverage, download the ESPN630 AM app, visit https://www.sportscapitoldc.com, or tune in live from 3:00PM-6:00PM Monday-Friday. To join the conversation, check us out on twitter @ESPN630DC, @RealBramW and @Mike_Callow See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Baltimore Orioles are starting to come around after a rough start to their 2022 season, and in Year5 of their seemingly endless rebuild. The Washington Nationals, three years removed from winning the 2019 World Series, are still early into their rebuild. The two teams meet for a quick two-game series beginning tonight in Camden Yards. AFP's Chris Graham and Scott German talk through the two teams' rebuilds.
Kevin and Thom today with their reaction to RG3 saying that "this is the most dynamic Commanders' offense in the last decade". The boys talked Thom's dancing weekend, Kevin's bad back, Snyder vs Congress, Goodell vs Congress, the Orioles, Nats, and Kyrie Irving. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Connor Newcomb of Locked on Orioles joins Josh Neighbors of Locked on Nationals as discuss where the Nationals and Orioles are as franchises. The guys talk about how the Nats have dropped off since their 2019 World Series & how the Orioles could be on the rise. The guys then preview the series between the Orioles & the Nationals coming up this weekend. How The Baltimore Orioles Have Overtaken The Washington Nationals + A Beltway Series Preview WANT MORE DAILY WASHINGTON NATIONALS CONTENT? Follow & Subscribe to the Podcast on these platforms…
Guest: Stephanie Weissenburger, a sports-law, entertainment-law and intellectual-property attorney and contributor to the sports-law podcast Conduct Detrimental, on Dan Snyder twice denying the request of Congress' House Committee on Oversight and Reform for Dan to testify at a hearing on June 22, 2022, on the Commanders' workplace-misconduct scandal Guest: Jeff Barker, reporter for The Baltimore Sun, on the Orioles' ownership situation now featuring an ugly rift within the Angelos family, whether the O's are on the verge of being sold, what that could mean for the Nationals and Orioles in the MASN dispute, whether MLB would allow for the Nats and O's to be sold at the same time and more Wizards: analysis of two key realities for the Wizards as they prepare for the 2022 NBA Draft and thoughts on comments from Tommy Sheppard in a pre-draft press conference https://HelloFresh.com/Galdi16 and use the promo code Galdi16 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Join the guys as they discuss who the Nats should trade before the deadline, Jack Del Rio's punishment, what should the NFL do about Deshaun Watson? Thoughts on Draymond's response to 90s NBA players, and much more!!!!
The Philadelphia Phillies finish 4-1 in their 5 game set against the Nats! Bryce Harper has a bad blister and Seranthony Dominguez should be a closer!Check out my sponsors! VersusGame: https://versusgame.com/app/user/brodeshttps://www.freestonefarmscbd.com/ - Promo Code: BRODESSeatGeek Promo Code: BRODES This will save you $20 on your total purchase! CALL OR TEXT THE 24/7 ANY TIME HOTLINE: (856) 442-9805Support the channel: https://www.patreon.com/sportstalkwithbrodesPodcasts: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sports-talk-with-brodes/id1268899988Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5yKG2JJe3bpoLiCL75d7Lt?si=5WrRXMiPRHKBvGSoTZVMVQGoogle Podcast: https://play.google.com/music/m/I4ilhe3iu5enusddeqzboud3bcu?t=Sports_Talk_With_BrodesGET A SHIRT! : https://www.teespring.com/brodesclothesEmail: Brodes@BrodesMedia.comTwitter & Instagram: @Brodes81 and @BrodesMedia
On this episode of 2WL, we recap the mens side of USAPL Mega Nats: - 52, 56, 60 kg (1:45 - 9:08) - 67.5 kg (9:09 - 18:00) - 75 kg (18:01 - 42:56) - 82.5 kg (42:57 - 66:56) - 90 kg (66:57 - 80:36) - 100 kg (86:37 - 93:13) - 110 kg (93:15 - 106:27) -125 kg (106:28 - 114:16) - 140 kg (114:17 - 121:35) - SHW (121:36)
*This is part 2 of Natalya Watson's episode. Though you are free to listen in whichever order you so desire we really do recommend listening to part 1 first or things might be slightly confusing*Some people like beer. Some people love beer. Some people make it their life. Some people make a LIVING out of their love for it, and this week's guest is one of those lucky people. It's award-winning beer sommelier Natalya Watson!Natalya is a certified expert on everything to do with beer. History, tasting notes, brewing methods; she's got the whole lot covered. As a beer expert you'd expect her dream pub to be nothing but an infinite row of taps and pumps, but sadly her dream drink choices MUST fit within the criteria set out by Landlord John. How will that work? Let's find out...Want to hear an extended version of this episode, gain access to our bonus podcast ‘Behind The Cellar Door' and support the upkeep of the pub? If so, head to moonunderpod.com and sign up to our Patreon! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10:28 - Commanders: react to - and some scheduled fun with - the NFL reportedly fining Ron Rivera $100,000 and stripping the Commanders of two OTA practices in 2023 for having excessive contact during the team's 2022 offseason program 23:09 - Commanders: thoughts on Congress asking Dan Snyder to reconsider testifying at a hearing on the Commanders' workplace-misconduct scandal 36:48 - Nationals: proper praise for the retirement ceremony for Ryan Zimmerman's No. 11...and analysis of the Nats losing four of five games to the Philadelphia Phillies, including strong starts from Jackson Tetreault and Josiah Gray, a rough series for Juan Soto and more 58:28 - Capitals: what now for the Caps off them announcing that Nicklas Backstrom and Alexander Alexeyev have undergone major surgeries? 01:05:02 - Orioles: breakdown of the O's winning two of three games over the Tampa Bay Rays, including a great series for the Orioles' bullpen https://HelloFresh.com/Galdi16 and use the promo code Galdi16 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Some people like beer. Some people love beer. Some people make it their life. Some people make a LIVING out of their love for it, and this week's guest is one of those lucky people. It's award-winning beer sommelier Natalya Watson!Natalya is a certified expert on everything to do with beer. History, tasting notes, brewing methods; she's got the whole lot covered. As a beer expert you'd expect her dream pub to be nothing but an infinite row of taps and pumps, but sadly her dream drink choices MUST fit within the criteria set out by Landlord John. How will that work? Let's find out...Want to hear an extended version of this episode, gain access to our bonus podcast ‘Behind The Cellar Door' and support the upkeep of the pub? If so, head to moonunderpod.com and sign up to our Patreon! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Nats ended all sorts of losing streaks by beating Philadelphia 9-3 as they had lost eight in a row overall, twelve straight to the Phillies, and thirteen consecutive against NL East foes. Mark & Al tip their caps to Jackson Tetreault who earned his first career victory in only his second career start. Will he get another Major League start? (09:15) Juan Soto capped a frustrating week on a positive note with a crucial three run homer, his 14th of the season. The forgettable home stand included banging his knee against the dugout, being called out for not 100% hustling down the line, and multiple hit-less games. He currently leadx the Majors with 55 walks on the season, nine higher than Kyle Schwarber. (21:08) We analyze the two errors the Nationals committed on Sunday. Lane Thomas could not make a grab in CF and Keibert Ruiz made a poor throw while attempting the back pick play that is becoming his signature move. Are teams becoming wise to his tendency? (35:08) We continue our budding Juneteenth tradition of celebrating an all-time great Homestead Gray. Ray Brown was a superb pitcher who pitched for the Grays in the 30's and 40's and we hear tales of his exploits from Bob Kendrick. Bob is the President of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Nats lost in 2-1 to the Phillies in 10 innings, but the focus of Saturday came Pregame as Ryan Zimmerman's #11 was retired. Mark & Al applaud the ceremony as it seemed to hit all right notes, aided by perfect weather and sell-out crowd in Washington D.C. (20:35) Josiah Gray threw six scoreless frames as he in a pitcher's duel with Aaron Nola. Gray was well rested after he missed his Monday start due to rain. It is notable that this was the first time Gray pitched in front of a large crowd at Nationals Park since he was dealt here. (31:20) Juan Soto was thrown out trying to steal to end the 1st inning, which was curious because it came with red-hot Josh Bell up to bat. Could this be related to being called out on Friday for not hustling down the line? (37:02) Luis Garcia committed another error on Saturday, as the experiment of him playing shortstop continues. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Nats lost both ends of Friday's Doubleheader in D.C against Philadelphia to extend their losing streak to seven games. Al & Mark begin with the final inning of the long day, as Luis Garcia was controversially called for obstruction that led to a 2 run Philly lead in the 10th. Mark spoke with the umpire Dan Iassonga afterwards and hear all that went into the decision. (18:45) Josh Bell had a monster day as he homered three times on Friday, four in the past two days. Bell's average is currently up to .299 and seems to be the likeliest candidate to represent Washington in the All Star Game. (22:02) Juan Soto is 0 for 12 so far this series and his average is stunningly down to .216. Davey Martinez called out Soto after Game 1 for not running out a double play. What exactly is going on with Soto this season? (30:07) Paolo Espino took a no-decision for his five inning effort in Game 2. He overcame early walks and shaky defense behind him to exit the evening with an ERA of 2.29. (46:12) On Saturday Ryan Zimmerman's #11 will be retired and there are many planned festivities. IF YOU ARE ATTENDING, THE PREGAME CEREMONY WILL BEGIN AT 3:10PM. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Start with the last two minutes of the show today. Kevin got some info just before the end of the podcast recording about Terry McLaurin and a possible contract extension. Before that, Kevin and Thom discuss Taylor Heinicke, Carson Wentz, McLaurin, and Snyder's response to the request to appear before congress. Thom has a story about a Nats' stadium-naming rights deal that fell apart. Also, the NBA Finals and Ryan Zimmerman's jersey retirement this weekend. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
13:21 - Commanders: analysis of Dan Snyder denying Congress' request to testify at a hearing on the Commanders' workplace-misconduct scandal 25:57 - Commanders: react to and commentary on comments from Ron Rivera at a post-minicamp-practice press conference on the Commanders potentially signing Terry McLaurin to a contract extension, including Ron expressing optimism on negotiations and talking up the importance of the team extending Terry 36:20 - Commanders: react to and commentary on comments from Taylor Heinicke at a post-minicamp-practice press conference on how he handled the Commanders' pursuit of a franchise quarterback, how he is approaching the 2022 offseason, how he is working on his arm strength, whether he could start over Carson Wentz and more 49:05 - Nationals: breakdown of an 8-2 loss to the Atlanta Braves to complete a three-game sweep in which the Nats got outscored, 27-11 59:54 - Orioles: some scheduled fun with a statement from Georgia Angelos...and thoughts on a wild 7-6 10-inning loss at the Toronto Blue Jays that included big performances from Ryan Mountcastle and Adley Rutschman but also Bruce Zimmermann struggling for a sixth consecutive start https://HelloFresh.com/Galdi16 and use the promo code Galdi16 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices