Though Roy Halladay shown some signals of an evolution since his return from elbow surgery, of a “new” pitcher who has learned to get hitters out with less than stellar stuff, his starts have been uneven at best.
Chris discusses the latest Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare and the Phillies decision to formally hire Ryne Sandberg as their Manager. He talks to new CBS 3 News Anchor Jessica Dean, Phillies Broadcaster Larry Andersen, Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup, and Melissa Maerz from Entertainment Weekly.
The fans overwhelmingly approved of making Ryne Sandberg permanent Phillies manager, and so do the players.
In his first game since the Phillies decided to bring him back as manager next year, Philadelphia lost 4-3 to New York as the Mets completed a three-game sweep.
The Philadelphia Phillies removed the interim tag from Ryne Sandberg, signing him to manage the next three years Sunday morning.
Tyler Cloyd (2-5) lasted just two batters into the fifth inning as the Washington Nationals roughed him up for five runs and 10 hits in an 11-2 rout.
By Bill Campbell Charlie Manuel When Charlie Manuel began his career in Philadelphia which resulted in him tallying up 1,000 wins, he was not the most popular guy in town. However, as he moved […]
he WIP Morning Show announced their Winners and Weasels for the week of August 23, 2013.
Chris reacts to the managerial change made on Friday by the Phillies and takes calls with Charlie Manuel. He also covers the funding battle for Philadelphia schools and Governor Chris Christie’s role in the New Jersey Senate campaign. He also talks to Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup.
The Phillies got Ryne Sandberg his first win as manager with a 3-2 walkoff win over the Dodgers.
For many fans, with the team’s struggles this season and last, it seemed inevitable that Charlie’s time was running out.
An emotionally distraught Ruben Amaro announced Friday that he fired Charlie Manuel, the most successful manager in franchise history.
Report: Charlie Manuel is out as Phillies manager.
You only fire a manager because you are confident that the replacement will do a significantly better job. Teams typically replace fired managers with in-house candidates. Problem is, there is not much reason to be confident that an in-house guy would do a significantly better job than Manuel.
Baseball is back in the news with the start of spring training in Florida and Arizona. That means we can start talking again about Charlie Manuel.