Chris talks to Derek Mihalecsko, who saved his choking friend using the heimlich maneuvre. He discusses Bill O’Reilly’s appearance last night on David Letterman, the Democrat’s conflicting ideas on attacking private equity firms, replacing Joe Biden as Vice-President, and the Sixers win last night against the Celtics.
Chris reacts to the sentence given to Dharun Ravi in the Rutgers Spying Case. He talks to Steve Cordasco about problems experienced by Facebook after their IPO and the President’s attacks on private equity.
Josh Beckett pitched 7 2-3 strong innings and Jarrod Saltalamacchia hit a three-run homer to lead the Boston Red Sox to a 5-1 win over the Philadelphia Phillies on Sunday.
Cole Hamels pitched seven strong innings, and Hunter Pence and Freddy Galvis homered to lead the Philadelphia Phillies to their sixth straight victory with a 6-4 win over the Boston Red Sox on Friday night.
Chris talks to Phillies OF Hunter Pence about his upcoming charity event, Steve Cordasco about Facebook’s IPO, CBS 3′s Beasley Reece to preview the Sixers and Phillies weekends, and Breitbart.com’s Larry O’Connor about biography discovered of President Obama claiming he was born in Kenya.
Hunter Pence apologized for his poor play in right field so far this year.
Hunter Pence’s Let’s Go Eat Food and Fun Fest
Chris reviews the Phillies big extra inning win yesterday and the interesting choices that some local news rooms are making during sweeps week. He talks to Buzz Bissinger about his book Father’s Day, CBS 3′s Ben Simoneau about the PA LCB wasting tax payer dollars and to the Philly Post’s Tom McGrath about Jay-Z’s Labor Day concert on the Parkway.
The Phillies beat the Astros 4-3 in extra innings.
Cole Hamels gave up five hits over eight innings and Hunter Pence hit a pair of two-run home runs to lead the Philadelphia Phillies to a 9-3 win against the Washington Nationals on Sunday night.
Matt Garza pitched one-hit ball for seven shutout innings and struck out 10 on Sunday as the Chicago Cubs beat the Philadelphia Phillies 5-1.
Cole Hamels pitched eight strong innings and also hit a two-run single Wednesday as the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 7-2.
The Phillies’ eight runs were their most since an 8-2 win April 15 against the New York Mets. Philadelphia entered the game next-to-last in the majors with 48 runs scored.
Ryan Howard’s condition improving.
Philadelphia was unable to generate anything offensively against Padres’ starter Anthony Bass, and the sloppy play in the field didn’t help as the Phillies lost to the Padres 6-1 on Sunday in the series finale.