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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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Author Topic: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-NOON on MASN  (Read 105103 times)

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Offline nats2playoffs

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Re: Nats Talk Live Saturday 10 AM-NOON on MASN
« Reply #150: April 27, 2013, 10:06:25 AM »
Phil Wood hosting this call-in show on MASN
Saturday 10 AM-noon

1-855-458-0300

Emails: NATSTALK@MASNSTUDIOS.com

Today's Nationals game is on Fox at 1:05 pm
Radio with Charlie Slowes & Dave Jageler on 106.7 FM, 1500 AM
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Offline nats2playoffs

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Phil Wood hosting this call-in show on MASN
Saturday 10 AM-noon
1-855-458-0300

Emails: NATSTALK@MASNSTUDIOS.com

They actually showed video highlights of last night's game!  PhilWood says that baseball writers and broadcasters hang out with each other before games.  Phil says he hangs out with the scouts. He's learned much more from them, since most of them have played or coached the game at some point.

Today's Nationals game is on Fox at 4:05 pm
Radio with Charlie Slowes & Dave Jageler on 106.7 FM, 1500 AM
.  The Orioles game is also on Fox in the Balimore area.



Offline nats2playoffs

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Phil Wood hosting this call-in show on MASN
Saturday 10 AM-noon
1-855-458-0300

Emails: NATSTALK@MASNSTUDIOS.com



Today's Nationals game is onMASN and WUSA-9 at 4:05 pm
Radio with Charlie Slowes & Dave Jageler on 106.7 FM, 1500 AM
No Fox baseball broadcast today.


Offline mitlen

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  • We had 'em all the way.
Sounds like they should call it the Phil and Sal of Leesburg Show.

Offline TigerFan

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First time I've seen this show.  WTF is up with the blurry in-focus out-of-focus stuff going on?

Offline RobDibblesGhost

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First time I've seen this show.  WTF is up with the blurry in-focus out-of-focus stuff going on?

I think I've seen better high school productions.  This is the definition of a low-budget show.

Offline Mathguy

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Nats2Playoffs must be trying to torment us by suggesting this show

Phil Wood hosting this call-in show on MASN
Saturday 10 AM-noon
1-855-458-0300

Emails: NATSTALK@MASNSTUDIOS.com

(Image removed from quote.)

Today's Nationals game is onMASN and WUSA-9 at 4:05 pm
Radio with Charlie Slowes & Dave Jageler on 106.7 FM, 1500 AM
No Fox baseball broadcast today.



Offline Terps and Nats

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  • Wake me when the Braves series is over
i like the show. yea its low budget, but the content itself is good.  just close your eyes, pretend its the radio

Offline blue911

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I miss Wayne and Garth

Offline Baseball is Life

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i like the show. yea its low budget, but the content itself is good.  just close your eyes, pretend its the radio
this. it's a radio show with cameras there. phil's references to players of lomg ago get old a times but wallace is worth a listen.

Offline nats2playoffs

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i like the show. yea its low budget, but the content itself is good.  just close your eyes, pretend its the radio
Nats Talk is followed by "Wall to Wall Baseball", which is a simulcast of the Orioles version of the show, which is also broadcast on ESPN radio in Balim0re.  So yes, it is a call-in radio show.  The alternative would be non-stop ESPN News or Orioles coverage.

If more Nationals fans call in or email, we might be less likely to have to listen to Saul from Leesburg and Ed from wherever call in every single week.  (I think Saul calls before the show starts, so that they will have at least one person to put on the air.) 
           :old:
If younger people call in, we may be less likely to have discussions about "whether a pitcher apologized to a batter for hitting him... in a game played in 1970" (43 years ago.)
         :doh:

Offline TigerFan

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  • A split allegiance is still an allegiance

If younger people call in, we may be less likely to have discussions about "whether a pitcher apologized to a batter for hitting him... in a game played in 1970."
         

Ha, I loved this part.  His response was great.  The dumbfounded look on his face was priceless. 

Offline spidernat

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Offline nats2playoffs

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Phil Wood hosting this call-in show on MASN
Saturday 10 AM-noon
1-855-458-0300

Emails: NATSTALK@MASNSTUDIOS.com



Today's Nationals game is onMASN and WUSA-9 at 8:40 pm
Radio with Charlie Slowes & Dave Jageler on 106.7 FM, 1500 AM

Somebody from WNFF needs to call in or email this show with a question, so we don't:
1. Hear from Sal or Ed... every single week.
2. Don't have a show dominated by callers in their 70'-80s asking about events from the 1950s-1970s.


Use your WNFF user name!

Offline varoadking

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  • This is Howie do it...

Who's ya know the other guy ya know with Phil ya know?

Offline nats2playoffs

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Who's ya know the other guy ya know with Phil ya know?
Mike Wallace NOT the late CBS reporter).  He was a mediocre MLB relief pitcher and apparently a coach.  Just as FP Santangelo was not particularly accomplished as an MLB batter.
 ;)


Offline mitlen

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Heeeeerrrrrrrrrrrrree's Sal

Offline NationalHeat

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Does anyone from here ever call in? I'm tempted

Offline mitlen

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  • We had 'em all the way.
Does anyone from here ever call in? I'm tempted

I've thought about it but I'm afraid my head would   ...     :asplode:

Offline NationalHeat

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Ugh, that caller was terrible (this is my first time watching)

Offline nats2playoffs

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Heeeeerrrrrrrrrrrrree's Sal
Does anyone from here ever call in? I'm tempted
They're now referring to Sal as their "usual leadoff caller."  Sal essentially just told us that he didn't see last night's PH homer "because his wife had a more pleasant thing for him to do this morning..."  (I.E., he was getting laid.)
 :minigunz:

PLEASE call in, and use your WNFF user name (so we know you're from here).  This is OUR team's show and they've got almost 2 hours to fill.  I emailed a question about lineups already!

Offline mitlen

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  • We had 'em all the way.
Ugh, that caller was terrible (this is my first time watching)

He's on every week and the shtick doesn't change.   He seems to see himself as a charming genius.

Offline mitlen

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  • We had 'em all the way.

           :old:
If younger people call in, we may be less likely to have discussions about "whether a pitcher apologized to a batter for hitting him... in a game played in 1970" (43 years ago.)
         :doh:

Here's the old guy.   :)   They're talking about the early days of TV.

Offline NationalHeat

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Omg who cares about this subject! We have a playoff roster and were talking about 40s announcers?!

Offline mitlen

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  • We had 'em all the way.
Omg who cares about this subject! We have a playoff roster and were talking about 40s announcers?!

His voice tells me that he drinks and smokes to excess.