The WIP Morning Show announced their winners and weasels for the week of January 10th, 2013.
Two of the former players who have had their names mentioned as possible replacements for Chris Wheeler and Sarge Matthews on the Phillies TV broadcasts have a lot of similarities, but one very key difference.
It was surprising for Phillies fans to hear the news today; Wheels and Sarge will no longer be part of the television broadcast.
Longtime Philadelphia Phillies broadcaster Chris Wheeler is out after nearly four decades in the booth and Gary Matthews isn’t returning as color analyst, the Phillies announced Wednesday.
With a 48-48 record, the Phillies get back to work after the all-star break on Friday night as they open a nine-game road trip with the first of three in New York against the Mets.
The Phillies hope to build on some offensive momentum for a change on Wednesday night as they go for a series win in Miami against the Marlins.
Tonight, for the first time since May 27th, right-hander Roy Halladay will take the mound for the Phillies as they look for a fourth-straight win in the middle game of a three game series in Los Angeles.
Tonight, Kyle Kendrick will get the start for Charlie Manuel.
KYW’s Matt Leon spoke with Phillies’ broadcaster Chris Wheeler about the team reaching the 100-win mark, the remaining two regular-season games, and the lineup and the bullpen for the postseason.