It has escaped much attention but this past Sunday was “Jackie Robinson Day” in major league ballparks around the country. Robinson and his legacy were remembered with various tributes and testimonials.
Former Phillies player Mike Sweeney thinks Bobby Valentine has already lost the Red Sox.
Anyone who doesn’t understand the magnitude of Ozzie Guillen’s mistake, needs to take a closer look.
Chris updates with the latest of the war of words between Ann Romney and Democratic Strategist Hilary Rosen. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, previews the Phillies and the Mets with Beasley Reece, and also talks to comedians Marc Price, Rain Pryor, and the Sklar Brothers.
Shane Victorino and Ty Wigginton homered, Joe Blanton pitched seven strong innings and the Philadelphia Phillies beat Miami 3-1 on Thursday night in the Marlins’ second game without suspended manager Ozzie Guillen.
Baseball openers are on everyone’s mind, especially the Phillies’. But I suggest that the most meaningful games being played this month will be in Pittsburgh. They are hockey games.
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.
Ozzie Guillen won’t be the first sports figure to let his mouth get in the way of his performance. Many are remembered best not for their play on the field, but for the things they said.
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.
Chris talks to Senator Pat Toomey about the Jobs Act and the Republican Presidential Primary. He investigates the hierarchy of grocery stores, asks who is to blame to the deadly fire in Kensington and laments the Phillies slow start and stagnant offense.
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.