Jamie Moyer announces he is exiting as Phillies broadcaster.
Phillies star Chase Utley and his wife, Jen, have been honored with the Jamie Moyer Legends Award for their work off the field.
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.
Chris Stigall talked to former Phillies pitcher Jamie Moyer about joining their broadcast team this morning on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT.
Chris details the latest storm currently ravaging the region, the passage of another raise in the debt ceiling, and a plan to sue fast food restaurants to pay for health related issues. He also talks with former pitcher and new Phillies Broadcaster Jamie Moyer.
There will be two former Phillies in the booth for the team this year during television broadcasts, but neither will be the Wild Thing.
Chris is providing Karen Hepp Snow Baggies to listeners in the suburbs and discussing the deal in the House of Representatives to raise the debt ceiling and the Phillies new broadcast team.
Matt Stairs and Jamie Moyer will provide color analysis during Phillies broadcasts this season.
Matt Stairs is not going to be the next Phillies television color analyst. But he has heard who might be.
Roy Halladay announced his retirement from baseball on Monday, and his former teammates had nothing but good things to say about him.
At the Union League, Moyer presented the first “Legends” Award on behalf of his foundation to Hamels.
Former Philadelphia Phillie Jamie Moyer will deliver the commencement speech to graduates of Immaculata University.
Jamie Moyer became the oldest pitcher in the history of Major League Baseball to win a game.
Former Phillies pitcher Jamie Moyer will turn 50 this year. He’s trying to make a comeback with Colorado Rockies, and things are going well.
Jamie Moyer will work as an analyst for ESPN while he rehabs toward a comeback to baseball.