Jamie Moyer announces he is exiting as Phillies broadcaster.
The Phillies newest regular color analysts for television broadcasts bring back memories of the team’s last World Series title in 2008. They’re adding a little 1980 flavor to it as well.
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.
The Phillies are staying with Comcast Sportsnet, but it’s going to cost the TV network over $2 billion to make that happen.
The Phillies have reached a new, long-term deal to broadcast their games on television.
Leslie Gudel, a CSN anchor who also happens to be the founder and owner of Nap Nanny says they have taken measures to keep children safe.
Report says Vick and Mornhinweg are safe in their positions.
Chris reviews the Eagles last minute win with Ray Didinger, analyzes the current polls in the presidential election with Jeff Roe and Jason Stanford on the Monday Morning Matchup, and breaks down a disappointing weekend in Houston with Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel. He also talks to Juliette Turner about her children’s book about the Constitution and Steve Moore, from the Wall Street Journal.
The Phillies host the Marlins, with the playoffs no longer impossible.
Eagles writer says Eagles will make playoffs, Andy Reid will return.
Former major leaguer Ben Davis calls Rollins’ lack of hustle “disrespectful.”
Former Eagles great Tra Thomas to retire as an Eagle on Thursday.
Michael Vick says the Eagles can be a ‘dynasty.”
Cole Hamels thinks he could return to Philadelphia even if he’s traded.
Listen to 94WIP and Comcast Sportsnet’s Reuben Frank give his take on the Eagles and Joe Banner.