Angelo Cataldi and The Morning Team
|Angelo Cataldi – Pulitzer Prize nominee for journalism and former columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer, has been anchor and star of The WIP Morning Show since 1989. Known for his comedic timing, exceptional wit and biting commentary, Angelo is one of Philadelphia’s most popular, entertaining and recognizable radio personalities!|
|Al Morganti– Best known for his ten years as The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Flyers Hockey beat reporter. He can regularly be seen covering hockey for ESPN. Al contributes a cynical brand of humor to The WIP Morning Team!|
|Rhea Hughes – A former sports update anchor and WIP Eagles reporter, adds a fresh youngfemale perspective to The WIP Morning Show. Her interest and knowledge of sports gained her instant acceptance with The Morning Team and their listeners!|
|Keith Jones is a former NHL Hockey player. Finishing his hockey career with 3 years for the Flyers, Keith has found a new home. With his passion for sports and his down home humor, Keith brings a fresh perspective and lots of laughs to the Morning Team.|
Fans in the area appear disinterested in the start of baseball season.
Never before publicly-seen footage of NJ Governor Chris Christie falling off his chair during an in-studio appearance was released Friday morning during 94WIP’s Wing Bowl 23.
Check out the lucky contestants in the WIP Morning Team Intern Contest.
Mike Milbury Says ‘There’s A Little Punk’ In Sid Crosby, And Coach Bylsma Should ‘Take Off His Skirt’
Former coach Mike Milbury has some harsh words for the Pittsburgh Penguins.
What you think of Jonathan Papelbon after you speak to him, may depend on which version of Jonathan Papelbon you speak to.
Forbes magazine says that the Philadelphia Phillies are $723 million, an increase of $114 million over last year, and are now the fifth most valuable franchise in all of baseball. As impressive as that seems, it may be just the beginning.
When Peyton Manning decided to play quarterback for the Broncos, and Chase Utley decided to see a specialist, it changed the odds for their respective teams to win it all. While the “Manning Effect” was drastic, the “Utley Effect” wasn’t nearly as great.
Former Eagles player Brian Mitchell thinks the penalties levied against the Cowboys and Redskins are unfair.
Chase Utley is still not taking ground balls or running, and the Phillies could be preparing a prospect to play second base.
The NFL free-agent frenzy begins on Tuesday, March 13th at 4pm. Most of the talk has been about the possible landing spots for former Colts QB Peyton Manning, even here in Philadelphia. Still, for the Eagles, the biggest hole is an obvious one.
Dontrelle Willis is in Clearwater, hoping to make the Phillies roster as a left-handed specialist out of the bullpen. For him, being on the same professional team as Jimmy Rollins is a dream come true.
Jonathan Papelbon hasn’t been a member of the Philadelphia Phillies for very long, but he already notices a difference between Phillies fans and Red Sox fans.
After After his lowest point of the season just a few weeks ago, complimented by some questionable comments about playing in Philadelphia, the last stretch of games may have been Ilya Bryzgalov’s highest point to date.
There might be a good reason for Evan Turner’s poor play for the Sixers.
Mitch Williams thinks that John Mayberry Jr.’s career is mirroring that of another former Phillies player.
The Saints paying players for hard hits could have IRS implications.
The Sixers late game offense is a mess, and Evan Turner seems as lost as ever.
Are the Eagles really interested in Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III?
The St. Joe’s basketball team used Rocky III to inspire them to an upset win over Temple.
Insiders and experts weigh-in on Ryan Howard’s injury “setback.”
The Eagles could be preparing to sign DeSean Jackson to a long-term deal.
Phillies fans love Chase Utley. What is it about Utley that keeps him in the fans’ favor?
Do the Sixers need to find a way to acquire Dwight Howard?
Garry Cobb tells the Randall Cunningham and Whitney Houston story from his point of view.
The Inquirer and Daily News sports departments will have to work together.
A Flyers writer thinks they could trade for a goaltender this year.
Was Ron Jaworski moved out of the booth in an effort to keep Jon Gruden?
Will the Phillies be involved in the bidding for 19 year-old Cuban Jorge Soler?
A local man wants to bring back the old Sixers mascot, Big Shot.
For a Stanley Cup run, the Flyers must depend on Ilya Bryzgalov.