Chris discusses the problems faced by National Youth Enrollment Day, Karl Rove’s defense of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, and the Phillies’ signing of A.J. Burnett. He talks to Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup on the impact of the Affordable Care Act on November’s elections.
The Philadelphia Phillies and free agent pitcher A.J. Burnett have officially put the ink on a one-year, $16 million contract.
Chris reviews the aftermath of the latest storm to hit the region and talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, Brian Kilmeade from Fox News, CBS 3′s Beasley Reece, and John Meko from the Union League of Philadelphia.
Former major league manager and All-Star Jim Fregosi is hospitalized in Miami after suffering an apparent stroke while on a cruise for baseball fans.
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.
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.
Twenty-four hundred baseballs, 1,200 bats, and a slew of other spring training necessities were all loaded up on a 53-foot equipment truck headed to Clearwater, Fla.
According to reports, former Phillies pitcher Curt Schilling has been diagnosed with cancer.
Phils’ general manager Ruben Amaro says the Phillies have to score between 650 and 700 runs this season to be contenders and make the playoffs—all with the second-highest payroll in the National League, an estimated $159-million, behind the $216-million bankroll of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The Indians announced Saturday that they will unveil a statue of Thome at Progressive Field.
As Spring Training approaches, the Phillies’ team colors appear to be red, white, blue…..and gray.
Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt is dealing with an undisclosed health issue and will not be a guest instructor for the Philadelphia Phillies at spring training this year.
The Philadelphia Phillies and left-hander Antonio Bastardo have agreed to a $2 million, one-year deal, avoiding arbitration.
The miniature statue of William Penn that stands atop the current tallest building in Philadelphia is considered by superstitious sports fans to be the phantom force that broke a 25-year curse on local sports teams.
Kendrick’s deal was announced Thursday night and includes award bonuses. He was 10-13 with a 4.70 ERA last season, and is 64-55 with a 4.38 ERA in seven seasons.