Scott Franzke addressed the state of the Phillies as they come out of the All-Star break and approach next week’s trade deadline.
Chris discusses Donald Trump’s trip to the southern border, Hillary Clinton’s Uber problem and WaWa being ranked as America’s favorite convenience store. He talked to Chris Butler on Finance Friday about Amazon surpassing Walmart at 7:00 and Phillies Play-by-Play Announcer Scott Franzke about the upcoming trade deadline at 8:00 .
Chris discusses the latest headlines surrounding Donald Trump, the release of a new Dr. Seuss book, and yesterday’s Phillies win over the Rays. He talked with Comedian Josh Blue, who will be performing at Helium, at 7:00, Kevin Cirilli, from The Hill, about his interview with Donald Trump at 7:20, and Texas Senator Ted Cruz about his Presidential run at 8:00.
Several hundred Salvation Army summer campers spent Wednesday at Citizen’s Bank Park for the Day With The Philadelphia Phillies Christmas In July event.
With a busy Supreme Court term in the books, Samuel Alito now has time to enjoy a ballgame. The justice is talking about being a long-time Phillies fan — and also about his opposition to the landmark ruling on gay marriage.
Chris discussed President Obama’s appearance on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart, pitching prospect Aaron Nola’s debut with the Phillies, and Nicki Minaj’s Twitter tete-a-tete with Taylor Swift.
Veteran sports analyst Beasley Reece questioned Phillies’ Pitcher Cole Hamels’ recent performance and suggested that the team’s continued losing and trade rumors have affected him negatively.
Jeff Francoeur’s two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth inning lifted the Phillies to an 8-7 victory over the Marlins on Sunday.
Chris continued to assess the Iranian nuclear, Whoopi Goldberg’s evolution on Bill Cosby’s rape charges, and President Obama’s speech to the NAACP in Philadelphia. He talked to columnist JD Mullane at 6:20, Al Jazeera America’s Ali Velshi at 7:18, and Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine at 8:00.
Ryan Howard hit a three-run homer that gave the Phillies a 5-3 lead in the third. Freddy Galvis had a two-run shot in the second and Odubel Herrera added a solo homer in the fourth, when the Phillies led 6-3.
Ryan Howard hit a tiebreaking sacrifice fly with the bases loaded in the 10th inning, and Philadelphia beat the Atlanta Braves 4-0 Sunday to stop a six-game losing streak.
Longtime baseball executive Andy MacPhail will take over the role as Team President from Pat Gillick at the end of the 2015 season. MacPhail is optimistic the team will be able to rebound from their current downward trend.
Chris discussed yesterday’s Supreme Court rulings, NBC’s decision to fire Donald Trump, and Comedian Amy Schumer’s response to racism charges. He talked with John Hayward from Breitbart.com at 8:00 and incoming Phillies President Andy MacPhail at 8:20.
CBS 3 Sports Director Beasley Reece said he was not surprised by Phillies’ Manager Ryne Sandberg’s resignation on Friday and holds the players responsible for his untimely demise.
Chris discussed the Supreme Court’s ruling on gay marriage and the resignation of Phillies Manager Ryne Sandberg. He also talked with Colin Hanna and Jason Springer on the Monday Morning Matchup, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece, and Victor Fiorillo from Philadelphia Magazine.