56 episodes

A podcast for Nats fans, by Nats Fans. Hosted by Craig Machenry with Joe Drugan, Editor-in-Chief of TheNatsBlog.com, and a rotation selection of guests.

(Nats Talk on the Go is not affiliated with the Washington Nationals)

Nats Talk on the Go Craig

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8, 54 Ratings

A podcast for Nats fans, by Nats Fans. Hosted by Craig Machenry with Joe Drugan, Editor-in-Chief of TheNatsBlog.com, and a rotation selection of guests.

(Nats Talk on the Go is not affiliated with the Washington Nationals)

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
54 Ratings

54 Ratings

JoshVA95 ,

By nats fans for nats fans

Good podcast with great info

TheOtherWOAT ,

Earns more than an "At Least You Tried" trophy

If you like your Nationals baseball discussions to include beer suggestions and pop punk references, then you're in the right place. Just me? Well, the show is great even without these things. Moved to the area three years ago and immediately started devouring all the Nats information I could with the help of Barry Svrluga books and this podcast. Joe and Craig have great discussions and always include listener input. It's baseball talk with your buddies. Speaking of which, I've got a bottle of Bourbon County Stout with your names on it, fellas. Keep up the great work while both Special Ops and Not So Special Ops members like myself reap the benefits.

SkepticInTheUSA ,

Good for diehard fans

If you're a Nats fan who can't get enough of Nats talk, this show will suit you, even if there are really awkward exchanges, flubs, and LOTS of inside talk with people who are obviously all friends offline. There are better show(s) out there that are far more crisp, but this show features Nats fans talking about the Nats. I don't think there's anything particularly insightful from them compared to people who've actually played the game, or people who regularly cover the Nats, who are on other podcasts, but if you're a Nats fan, talking Nats is a good subject. I go from swearing it off and unsubscribing because I get frustrated at their delivery, and then other times, it's a nice show to listen to, because they're true fans. 3 stars on iTunes equate to "It's OK," and that's how I'd describe this show.

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