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Gary Laubach

Behind the Mic: Announcing the Masters

As I hope you may have noticed, I have been away from my blog for a bit.  April is a quiet sports month for us here at RCN so it is a good time for me to reunite with my wife and with my golf game.  I managed to do both this past month – I went on a cruise and followed that up with a five-day golf trip.  Those obviously made the month fly by, but it is good to be back at the computer and looking towards the baseball championships coming up this month. The last major sporting event that I watched prior to vacation was the Masters.  I have always been intrigued by the reverence that the … [Continue Reading ...]

Chris Michael

The SportsTalk Shop: Eagles/Redskins Draft Grades

I know one of last year’s “SportsTalk Shop” blogs that drew the most feedback on my part was my analysis following the NFL draft, with thoughts on both the Eagles and Redskins’ selections.  I hope I’m up to the challenge again this year as we take a look at both teams’ efforts last weekend. REDSKINS: 1st ROUND There were a couple ways the Redskins could have gone.  There was a plethora of defensive lineman/linebackers available (including several from Alabama) that Washington could have selected to fill some holes.  They could have moved down to accumulate talent.  Or, they … [Continue Reading ...]

Chris Michael

The SportsTalk Shop: Chiefs ’16 Primer/Nationals Prospects

It wasn’t the typical start to the baseball season for the Syracuse Chiefs—the top minor league affiliate for the Washington Nationals! While the parent club posted some nice wins during the first week of the regular season, their Triple-A team, the Chiefs, had to play their “home opener” in another state, and only got two games in (both part of a seven-inning doubleheader) during the first week of the regular season.  Despite that, Syracuse got off to a good start to its season as well. We had a chance to speak with Syracuse Manager Billy Gardner and a couple of their players … [Continue Reading ...]