Roy Halladay threw seven sharp innings and the Philadelphia Phillies broke out of their offensive slump, beating the Marlins 7-1 on Wednesday night in Miami’s first game without suspended manager Ozzie Guillen.
Chris discusses Rick Santorum’s decision to drop out of the Republican Presidential Primary and analyzes the repercussions with John Hayward of Human Events. He debates the suspension given to Miami Marlins Manager Ozzie Guillen for professing his love for Fidel Castro and also talks to Todd Zolecki from MLB.com and Tom McGrath, the Editor of Philadelphia Magazine.
With tradition and pageantry, the Phillies open their 2012 home season when Cole Hamels throws out the first pitch at 1 p.m. this afternoon against the Miami Marlins.
Cole Hamels will take the mound when the Phillies host the new-look Miami Marlins in their first game at the always sold-out Citizens Bank Park on Monday afternoon.
Chris talks to John Featherman about his run for Congress and his new online ad. He discusses Chase Utley’s latest injury setback, the most dangerous cities in the country, and the media’s fascination with Rick Santorum’s social platform.