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Sal from Leesburg is, you know?

Phil Wood's brother-in-law, brother, or cousin
1 (2.9%)
Phil Wood's bookie
7 (20.6%)
Phil Wood's college roommate or college friend
0 (0%)
Phil Wood's former co-worker
0 (0%)
A stranger who has called into any show Phil Wood hosts, for decades
17 (50%)
Other: (list below)
3 (8.8%)
Someone who likes to hear the sound of his own voice, on the air
6 (17.6%)

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Offline JCA-CrystalCity

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-Noon on MASN
« Reply #75: July 22, 2012, 01:12:26 PM »
The other day when it was on Phil Wood was yammering on about something that happened in 1956.

Kefauver or Kennedy, I think.

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-Noon on MASN
« Reply #76: July 22, 2012, 01:16:04 PM »
The other day when it was on Phil Wood was yammering on about something that happened in 1956.

That's why it's perfect for the DVR. Some of the callers are skip worthy too 

Yesterday they had on some scouting guy who gave a very nice roundup on top prospects.

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-Noon on MASN
« Reply #77: July 28, 2012, 10:14:05 AM »
Phil Wood hosting this call-in show on MASN with Mike Wallace
Saturday 10 AM-Noon.

1-855-458-0300

NATSTALK@MASNSTUDIOS.com

 

Co-host Mike Wallace, former pitcher:
Career statistics
Win-Loss record        11-3
Earned run average        3.91
Strikeouts        105
Teams:
    Philadelphia Phillies (1973-1974)
    New York Yankees (1974-1975)
    St. Louis Cardinals (1975-1976)
    Texas Rangers (1977)

They're talking about the trade deadline.
 :pimp:
Explained how options work with players going back and forth from the minor leagues.  Dewiler had used up his 3-season options, but Lannan still had one left, so he could be sent to AAA without going through waivers.  H-Rod already used his 3-season options.

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-Noon on MASN
« Reply #78: July 28, 2012, 11:30:04 AM »
Still completely unwatchable.

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-Noon on MASN
« Reply #79: July 28, 2012, 11:50:16 AM »
They should have had Werth as a guest host while he was out injured.  He could just look broody while staring at the camera and not say anything.

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-Noon on MASN
« Reply #80: July 28, 2012, 11:56:30 AM »
Phil Wood closed the show by reminding everyone that Nats Extra would be "right here on MASN" at 7:30, despite the fact it's on MASN2 at 6:30 (7:10 first pitch tonight). 

Co-host Mike Wallace wished his father a happy 87th birthday during the show.  Holy crap...I thought Mike himself was about 120 years old, so he must not age well...

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-Noon on MASN
« Reply #81: July 28, 2012, 03:11:17 PM »
Phil Wood closed the show by saying reminding everyone that Nats Extra would be "right here on MASN" at 7:30, despite the fact it's on MASN2 at 6:30 (7:10 first pitch tonight). 

Co-host Mike Wallace wished his father a happy 87th birthday during the show.  Holy crap...I thought Mike himself was about 120 years old, so he must not age well...

He pitched in the 70's so he can't be too far into his 60s  ...   If that.

Follow up from baseballreference.com  ...   Born: February 3, 1951 in Gastonia, NC (Age 61)

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-Noon on MASN
« Reply #82: July 28, 2012, 04:19:25 PM »
Maybe this would be too much work for Phil to do by himself, but what if they used MASN's video archive to show fans particular plays the Nats (and their opponents) made the previous week? I like Phil and Mike's insight, but right now it's basically a radio show with TV cameras pointed at the hosts. Why not make better use of the medium?


(This criticism also applies to Wall To Wall Baseball---which I do not watch---if they don't have any video clips either.)

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-Noon on MASN
« Reply #83: July 28, 2012, 04:22:19 PM »
Maybe this would be too much work for Phil to do by himself, but what if they used MASN's video archive to show fans particular plays the Nats (and their opponents) made the previous week? I like Phil and Mike's insight, but right now it's basically a radio show with TV cameras pointed at the hosts. Why not make better use of the medium?


(This criticism also applies to Wall To Wall Baseball---which I do not watch---if they don't have any video clips either.)

Good idea ... I'd take a 50/50 split.   A little chatter and then a few highlights from the previous week would work for me.   They could blend the two together.   Then again, that would add production costs for the greedy assed Angelos.

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-Noon on MASN
« Reply #84: July 28, 2012, 04:22:48 PM »
Because it would require production and that's not going to happen on MASN.

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-Noon on MASN
« Reply #85: July 28, 2012, 04:23:57 PM »
Because it would require production and that's not going to happen on MASN.

Good eye MDS.   I added that to my post (not seeing yours) after  I got back from gettin' a beer.   I'm doin' my pre-game warmups for tonight's game.

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-Noon on MASN
« Reply #86: July 28, 2012, 06:00:13 PM »
Because it would require production and that's not going to happen on MASN.

Unfortunately, I don't think this will happen, but if those arbitrators rule in the Nats favor and say that MASN needs to pay them $100M per year---which also means they need to pay the Orioles $100M a year, too---Angelos would be forced to sell the TV rights to some company willing to pay $200M + for both the Nats and O's. In that case, not only Nats fans but Orioles fans would benefit from finally being shown on a network---CSN or Fox Sports presumedly---that actually know how to produce a baseball television network.

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-Noon on MASN
« Reply #87: July 28, 2012, 07:08:20 PM »
Unfortunately, I don't think this will happen, but if those arbitrators rule in the Nats favor and say that MASN needs to pay them $100M per year---which also means they need to pay the Orioles $100M a year, too---Angelos would be forced to sell the TV rights to some company willing to pay $200M + for both the Nats and O's. In that case, not only Nats fans but Orioles fans would benefit from finally being shown on a network---CSN or Fox Sports presumedly---that actually know how to produce a baseball television network.

Good luck on that.  The Hooters chicks are more likely to give up the nappy dugout than that to happen.

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-Noon on MASN
« Reply #88: July 28, 2012, 07:52:25 PM »
Unfortunately, I don't think this will happen, but if those arbitrators rule in the Nats favor and say that MASN needs to pay them $100M per year---which also means they need to pay the Orioles $100M a year, too---Angelos would be forced to sell the TV rights to some company willing to pay $200M + for both the Nats and O's. In that case, not only Nats fans but Orioles fans would benefit from finally being shown on a network---CSN or Fox Sports presumedly---that actually know how to produce a baseball television network.

...but why must the Nationals and the Orioles be on the same network in the first place?

We need our complete independence from Angelos...nothing less than full divestiture will do.

Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-Noon on MASN
« Reply #89: July 28, 2012, 09:41:23 PM »
...but why must the Nationals and the Orioles be on the same network in the first place?

We need our complete independence from Angelos...nothing less than full divestiture will do.
Amen, makes me mad every time i think about it

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-Noon on MASN
« Reply #90: December 01, 2012, 10:54:34 AM »
Phil Wood hosting this call-in show on MASN with Mike Wallace
Saturday 10 AM-11:30 am.

1-855-458-0300

NATSTALK@MASNSTUDIOS.com

 

Co-host Mike Wallace, former pitcher:

They're talking about nontenders.

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-Noon on MASN
« Reply #91: December 08, 2012, 10:38:44 AM »
On now 10 am until 11 am.
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Repeats without live call-in at 1 AM tonight.

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-11 AM on MASN
« Reply #92: December 11, 2012, 11:56:56 AM »
I like to listen to Mike Wallace on the show - but there is a guy with glasses (can't remember name) who is younger, and on the 4 man show with Phil, Tom, and the former oriole pitcher ( Dave),and he has offered some really great comments on the Nationals. Does anyone know who I am talking about - I can't remember his name, but he seems pretty sharp.

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-11 AM on MASN
« Reply #93: December 11, 2012, 01:28:14 PM »
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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-11 AM on MASN
« Reply #94: December 11, 2012, 06:06:14 PM »
Why does Phil Wood look like he was dressed by a 5 year old?  His ties and shirts and jackets always look atrocious.  And I actually like the guy.  He does a good postgame show on the radio.

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-11 AM on MASN
« Reply #95: December 12, 2012, 07:49:42 AM »
Why does Phil Wood look like he was dressed by a 5 year old?  His ties and shirts and jackets always look atrocious.  And I actually like the guy.  He does a good postgame show on the radio.
I like Phil, too. I like his comments and insights and his perspective on the Nats and DC history.

He is great on the radio.

But on TV... He is poorly dressed and has that haircut. Like I said, he is perfect for radio.

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-11 AM on MASN
« Reply #96: December 12, 2012, 01:39:01 PM »
Mike Wallace is a refreshing break from the blow-dried pretty boys on TV sports. Phil always looks like he has upper respiratory gas issues. One of these days he's going to let go of a serious burb on live TV. :shock:

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-11 AM on MASN
« Reply #97: December 12, 2012, 01:58:52 PM »
He's got a custom made body and off the rack clothes.

seriously, he's built like Frankenstein. He needs professional help.
Why does Phil Wood look like he was dressed by a 5 year old?  His ties and shirts and jackets always look atrocious.  And I actually like the guy.  He does a good postgame show on the radio.

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-11 AM on MASN
« Reply #98: December 29, 2012, 10:10:39 AM »

Ron Rizzi, the white-haired guest, joins PhilWood and Mike.  He is a special assistant to Mike Rizzo, and was a longtime scout for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

MASN has reached an affiliate agreement with Cape Charles, Va., cable provider Bay Creek. Bay Creek is carrying MASN on Channel 60, MASN HD on Channel 660, MASN 2 on Channel 61 and MASN2 HD on Channel 661.

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-11 AM on MASN
« Reply #99: December 29, 2012, 10:33:38 AM »
Turned it on and they're talking about the Yankees and Orioles.   freak 'em both.