The Phillies are on fire. They are not only playing great baseball, but now that the trade deadline has come and gone, this team is starting to see the end of the season.
Baseball insider Seth Everett talks with KYW’s Matt Leon about Kyle Kendrick’s performance in last night’s win over the Rockies, this afternoon’s series finale and how the rest of the season could play out.
I was honored to be on WIP Friday night right after the story about the Eagles big signing of Nnamdi Asomugha to a 5-year deal. Then, around 8:30pm, I started hearing that a Phillies deal for Hunter Pence was coming down.
As the trade deadline approaches, every rumor involves the Phillies trading one or more prospects. Who is tradeable? Who is untouchable?
Carlos Beltran will be in Philadelphia tonight, but he’ll be in the San Francisco Giants’ lineup.
It’s Wednesday, and the Phillies are in the midst of their rematch with the San Francisco Giants.
Today’s weather provides a different challenge than last night’s game. Today is a day game.
Baseball Insider Seth Everett has a preview of the Phillies 10-game homestand that includes that Padres, Giants and Pirates.
Seth Everett gives a “State of the Phillies” off-day address. In it, he discusses trade rumors, and where this team is at after a hot road trip.
I am not flip-flopping my position. I don’t think a trade is necessary for this team to win. A gift would not be something I’d refuse.
By Seth Everett: If you are reading this on Monday, July 18, 2011, then there are 16 days left until the Trade Deadline.
With 17 days left until the trade deadline, I had the pleasure of speaking exclusively with the assistant general manager of the Phillies, Scott Proefrock, Sunday morning on Sportsradio 610 WIP.
By Seth Everett: Let’s just play already! I feel like I’m on Spring Break. The Phillies haven’t played since that drubbing of the Braves on Sunday.
Well, the All-Star game did have low ratings, & I’m sure Philly folks stopped after Cliff Lee was taken out, but nonetheless, I wanted to present my 1st exclusive podcast.
As I write this, it is Monday night, and the Home Run Derby is on. That’s a switch for me, as for most of the last decade, I was there. I covered the Derby from 2001-2009, and now I find myself constantly searching for the remote as the “drama” simply isn’t there.