Former Phillies manager Charlie Manuel became the latest inductee into the Phillies Wall Of Fame Saturday.
Chris discusses the Daily News publishing a front page story about 6 ABC Weatherman Adam Joseph adopting a baby and a New Jersey Cop resigning after criticizing President Obama on a video. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday at 7:00, former Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel at 7:20, and CBS 3’s Beasley Reece at 8:00
Charlie Manuel will take his place on the Phillies Wall of Fame on Saturday.
The Phillies will honor both Roy Halladay and Charlie Manuel during Alumni Weekend in August.
The 42-53 Phillies emerge from the All-Star break on Friday in Atlanta against the Braves.
Philadelphia sports fans have unwillingly had to display an ability to be patient and to wait. Now the Sixers have made it clear that they are going to push that level of patience to the brink and fans of the team will have to decide if they are going to come along for the ride.
“I feel like I can play 162 games,” Ryan Howard said. “My whole offseason was dedicated to trying to play all 162 games plus trying to make it to the playoffs.”
Charlie Manuel is back with the Phillies as an advisor to Ruben Amaro Jr. The team is also making sure he’ll be remembered forever as one of the organization’s all time greats.
The Indians announced Saturday that they will unveil a statue of Thome at Progressive Field.
The Phillies confirmed reports from earlier this week on Friday, when they announced former manager Charlie Manuel will return to the organization.
Charlie Manuel is back with the Phillies, but this time, he won’t be in the dugout.
2013 was an up and down year in Philadelphia sports, to say the least. The first half was full of “downs,” including coaching changes for every professional team, and losses upon losses as well. But the second half has proved to be more positive, with some of those changes looking like positive ones.
Still watching every game, Charlie Manuel talks about the current state of the Philadelphia Phillies.
The fans overwhelmingly approved of making Ryne Sandberg permanent Phillies manager, and so do the players.
The Philadelphia Phillies removed the interim tag from Ryne Sandberg, signing him to manage the next three years Sunday morning.