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Matz: Trea Turner Has 'Completely Changed the Offense'

WASHINGTON — Nobody is going to claim Trea Turner hasn’t produced since becoming a regular player with the Nationals.

Over parts of two seasons in the majors, Turner has put up a .292/.325/.486 line with 5 home runs, 15 stolen bases, 6 triples and 9 doubles. 709 more words

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Junkies TBT: Best of the Worst Part II

WASHINGTON — Here we present three clips that you’ve previously heard in our Junkies TBT segments, but you decided weren’t quite as good as other competitors. 92 more words

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Win a Round of Golf for Two at Potomac Shores

Listen all week to The Sports Junkies for your chance to win a round of golf for two at the Potomac Shores Golf Club.

Enjoy the first publicly accessible Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course in the region. 12 more words

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What Reliever Koda Glover Adds to Nationals' Bullpen

WASHINGTON — The Nationals have recalled flame-throwing righty reliever Koda Glover from Syracuse and placed left-handed reliever Sammy Solis on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to Aug. 304 more words

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DeMaurice Smith on Goodell, Al Jazeera Report, Marijuana

WASHINGTON — The NFL offseason didn’t go quietly, and it appears the preseason will be much of the same.

Between the lingering Al Jazeera report of players taking performance-enhancing drugs, the league’s demands that the players named in the report responded or be suspended, and the issue of marijuana testing, the NFL is constantly in the news for things happening off the field. 979 more words

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Junkies TBT: Lurch vs. The Driveway (The Driveway Loses)

WASHINGTON — When you do 20 years of radio, you encounter a lot of stories. Every so often, a fake story gets through. Happens to the best of ’em. 121 more words

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106.7 The Fan's 'The Sports Junkies' To Be Televised On CSN

WASHINGTON — The Sports Junkies are bringing their longtime radio show to television.

106.7 The Fan proudly announces, beginning Tuesday, Sept. 6, Sports Junkies hosts John Auville (Cakes), Eric Bickel (E.B.), Jason Bishop (Lurch) and John-Paul Flaim (J.P.) will bring their popular radio show to television for the first time in their remarkable 20-year careers. 313 more words

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