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no responses. April 6, 2018 Randy Woodward

Red and Green


Red and Green

Greetings from the Booth! What a crazy April! It’s Master’s week in golf and the Nationals are headed home after a season-opening road trip…and we’re talking […]

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no responses. August 4, 2017 Randy Woodward

You CAN Go Home Again


You CAN Go Home Again

Greetings from the Booth! Well, the wait is over! NFL football began this week with the Dallas Cowboys defeating the Arizona Cardinals in the annual Hall […]

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no responses. June 23, 2017 Randy Woodward

The Anatomy of “Almost”


The Anatomy of “Almost”

Greetings from the Booth! As I write this week’s post, I am happy to announce that The Booth will, for the next 3 years at least, […]

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no responses. September 23, 2016 Randy Woodward

The Money Down (Revisited)


The Money Down (Revisited)

Greetings again from the Booth, high above the Sprint Field of Shentel Stadium at Shenandoah University! No Hornets football this weekend, as they are on a […]

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no responses. June 24, 2016 Randy Woodward

Tidbits


Tidbits

Greetings again from the Booth! As of this writing, the radio station Pathfinder is gassed up, and pointed toward Virginia Beach for the annual Virginia Association […]

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no responses. June 14, 2016 The River 95.3

Hornets pitcher drafted by Nationals


Hornets pitcher drafted by Nationals

The Washington Nationals have drafted Shenandoah University’s Phil Morse, Jr. in the 14th round of the major league baseball draft.   Morse reported to the Nationals […]

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no responses. May 18, 2016 The River 95.3

Mets blank Nats


Mets blank Nats

NEW YORK (AP) — Noah Syndergaard brought his 100 mph heat and struck out 10, Curtis Granderson homered on Max Scherzer’s first pitch, and the New […]

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no responses. May 13, 2016 Randy Woodward

Turning Off The “Walk” Sign


Turning Off The “Walk” Sign

Greetings again from the Booth! Boy, do I look like a prophet after my blog post of a few weeks ago about the Washington Capitals, who […]

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no responses. May 12, 2016 Noah

Scherzer has 20 Ks, ties MLB record as Nats top Tigers 3-2


Scherzer has 20 Ks, ties MLB record as Nats top Tigers 3-2

  WASHINGTON (AP) — Max Scherzer struck out 20 batters, matching the major league record for a nine-inning game as he pitched the Washington Nationals past […]

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no responses. May 11, 2016 Noah

Romine helps Tigers top Nats 5-4 despite Zimmerman’s 2 HRs


Romine helps Tigers top Nats 5-4 despite Zimmerman’s 2 HRs

  WASHINGTON (AP) — Andrew Romine drove in the tiebreaking run on a play that withstood a replay challenge under the new slide rule, Miguel Cabrera […]

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no responses. May 10, 2016 Noah

Strasburg, Nats agree to deal adding $175M


Strasburg, Nats agree to deal adding $175M

  WASHINGTON (AP) — A person familiar with the negotiations says that Stephen Strasburg has agreed to a new contract with the Washington Nationals that will […]

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no responses. May 10, 2016 Noah

After Harper ejected, Robinson HR lifts Nats past Tigers 5-4


After Harper ejected, Robinson HR lifts Nats past Tigers 5-4

  WASHINGTON (AP) — Moments after Bryce Harper was ejected from the dugout, pinch hitter Clint Robinson hit a game-ending homer to give the Washington Nationals […]

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