Al Morganti has been a member of the SportsRadio WIP family since the early 1990’s. Along with host Angelo Cataldi and fellow co-hosts Rhea Hughes, Keith Jones and Ricky Botallico, the WIP Morning Show is the highest rated sports radio show in the Philadelphia area. In addition to his radio work, Al is a nationally recognized hockey analyst who regularly covers the National Hockey League, mainly as a pre and post-game analyst for the Flyers for games broadcast on Comcast Sportsnet Philadelphia.
Al is credited by being the brainchild of WIP’s Wing Bowl, the internationally known wing eating competition held on the Friday prior to the Super Bowl. Wing Bowl was originally started so that Philadelphia would have something to get excited about around Super Bowl weekend since the hometown Eagles weren’t Super Bowl contenders.
Al is originally from Boston, graduated from Boston University and landed his first journalism job writing for the Boston Globe. Between The Globe and WIP, Morganti worked for The Atlanta Constitution, ESPN and the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Connect with Al Morganti on Twitter: @nufced
Contests, Games & Promotions
- 2012 Suicide Pool See if you’ve got what it takes to survive along with some of our in-house VIP’s!
- Shout Sports Mobile App Check in to games, connect with your friends and talk smack.
- XFINITY® Message Board Have an opinion? Be heard on the XFINITY® Message Board!
- Check It Out, Nitwit Enjoy some photos and audio from 25 years of Eskin on WIP.
Latest Sports Galleries
- WIP Morning Show Intern... Baseball Shots Of The Week –... 138th Preakness Stakes Baseball Shots Of The Week –...
- Reid Family Moving Sale Eagles Cheerleaders Swimsuit... Baseball Shots Of The Week –... Baseball Shots Of The Week –...
- Eagles Draft Party 2013 Eagles Cheerleader Final... Baseball Shots Of The Week –... NBA Cheerleaders – April 19,...
- Phillie Phanatic Visits... NBA Team Recap – April 15,... Baseball Shots Of The Week –... The Masters 2013
Guides To Philly Stadiums
- Wells Fargo Center The Wells Fargo Center, home of the Philadelphia 76ers and Flyers, hosted its first sporting event on August 31, 1996.
- Citizens Bank Park Citizens Bank Park, home of the Philadelphia Phillies, opened its doors to fans on April 3, 2004.
- Lincoln Financial Field Lincoln Financial Field, home of the Philadelphia Eagles, opened its doors in 2003
- PPL Park If you are a soccer fan looking to get your fix of soccer, then look no further than PPL Park in Chester, Pennsylvania
- Minor League Ballparks The Delaware Valley hosts some of the most competitive minor league baseball in the country.