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Rob Dibble will no longer work as TV analyst for Washington Nationals - ESPN

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Just a quick note of interest from the world of baseball. We all realize that we are very fortunate to have Ralph Lawler and Mike Smith working Clippers games. Lawler should be in the Hall of Fame, and Smith is one of the most articulate and engaging second bananas around. Every once in a while we'll hear a complaint that they are not critical enough of the team or the front office. But never forget the reality of the situation folks - they work for the team. Rob Dibble just lost his job for criticizing the Nats' young star. I think Milph do an amazing job of being realistic about the Clippers; I believe you hear more homerism from pretty much any other announcing team in the league. But if they seem to be doing the bidding for the organization from time to time, there's a reason for that.

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