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The Broadcasters

Maybe I am just spoiled, because I have the MLB Package and get to listen to baseball commentators all over the country. Having to listen to Rob Dibble give color commentary on MASN is so painful. I've tried to find the game on another channel so I could hear the announcers from the other team talk, but they are blocked when the Nats are on. I've tried putting the TV on mute, but I miss the sound of the game. I have to go to the game in order to not hear him talk and say the same things over and over again. Saying the same thing over and over again is fine if your only going to watch one inning or one game during the season. You would think with all of the retired major leaguers out there doing color commentary for other teams, they could have gotten someone schooled in the science of communicating to the audience at home watching. I feel sorry for Bob Carpenter; there are many times that Bob throws Dibble a softball and Dibble goes into one of his arrogant rants, like Bob doesn't know anything. Maybe, this is the way the Nationals hierarchy wants people to feel so you go to the games and not watch on TV. I hope as the Nats improve on the field, they make a change in the broadcast booth also.Giants vs Nationals coverage


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