Washington Nationals Announcers 2023 include Bob Carpenter, Dave Jageler, and Charlie Slowes. Kevin Frandsen is working as the color commentator.
MASN secured the rights to Washington games and has been broadcasting the tournaments since the team arrived in Washington D.C. After their arrival, some games aired in WDCA. Nevertheless, the later games were shown in WDCW and WUSA as MASN's broadcasting partners.
Since 2018, MASN has been broadcasting every game of the team exclusively. Several media personalities and some former players announce these telecasts.
Here are the announcers who continuously work to deliver the play to fans around the world.
Bob Carpenter has been the television play-by-play announcer for Washington on MASN since 2006. He started his broadcasting career in 1976 with radio baseball play-by-play for the Tulsa Oilers.
He has worked for St. Louis Cardinals and ESPN, covering MLB. He is also known for his work in various teams like the New York Mets, Minnesota Twins, and Texas Rangers.
Carpenter has also covered college basketball, college football, tennis, golf, and soccer matches. He is an accomplished media person and was inducted into the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2017.
Bob has also received Emmy nominations and awards for his incredible work as a broadcaster.
Kevin Frandsen is a former player for the Nationals and color analyst for the team's television broadcasts on MASN. He replaced F.P. Santangelo and has been working alongside Bob Carpenter.
Before joining the team as a color analyst, Kevin worked four seasons as a color analyst for the Philadelphia Phillies' radio broadcast. However, he joined the Nationals, where he played 105 games as a player for the team in 2014.
Dan Kolko is an on-field reporter who sometimes fills in for play-by-play commentary. He joined the team in 2021 and has prepared interviews and content for social media.
Kolko has hosted Nats Xtra alongside analyst Bo Porter. Together, they covered the Nationals' World Series Championship season in 2019.
Dan served in MASN from 2014 to 2018 and as the team's beat reporter for an online magazine from 2012 to 2014. He also works for MLB Network Radio and college basketball play-by-play for FOX Sports.
He previously worked for Baltimore Ravens for MASN from 2008 to 2011.