Personnel changes in the Nationals Park dugout were the main topic of discussion in the Natosphere this opening weekend, but outside the dugout, another newcomer was introduced to the stadium faithful.
Long-time Nationals in-stadium host Clint Khoury has a new partner-in-crime for the NatsHD segments that appear on the Nationals Park scoreboard before and during the games.
Listeners to The Kane Show on DC’s Hot 99.5 FM will recognize the the Nats’ new self-described “Hype Girl” as Sarah Fraser, co-host of the top-rated morning drive program. Fraser also hosts her own late morning block called simply “The Sarah Show” from 10am-12pm. She also appears weekly on NBC 4’s “Daily Connection,” and has filled in as a traffic reporter on WTOP news radio.
A native of Maine, Fraser, 28, moved to the District after graduating from Mt. Holyoke College. On her website HeyFraz.com, she writes that she is taking classes at the DC Improv and working toward her debut as a stand-up comic.
Yes, I know the baseball purists would prefer to do away with in-game hosts altogether, but NatsHD pays the bills, and the kids and casual fans love it.
The co-host job has been a revolving door since Nationals Park opened, but if this opening weekend was any indication, the Nats have finally found a great counterpart to Clint.
Fraser is focused and full of energy — in this fan’s eyes, a definite and welcome upgrade!
Photos: Sarah Fraser
2 thoughts on “New Nationals Park Co-Host Sarah Fraser”
A very nice addition. Sarah did a great job with the jersey unveiling a few months ago.
Yes! Nothing against Yolanda and Rachel, but they demonstrated just how hard it is to pull off enthusiasm night after night. Sarah is a pro, and I hope she sticks around. (I also hope she puts in a few good words for the Nats regularly on her radio shows!)