Baseball park in Philadelphia, PA, US
Pete Rose demonstrates again how out-of-touch with reality he is during his visit to Citizens Bank Park.The MLB has a major competitive balance problem with the widening gap between good teams and bad ones compared to prior years. The data will shock you!Which closer has the best entrance song of all time – Edwin Diaz, Mariano Rivera, Brian Wilson, or someone else?The Yankees are 7-13 since the All Star Game. While the division remains strongly under their control, is their significantly worse pitching, accompanied by lower offensive results, cause for concern as we approach the final two months of the season, or will the Yanks shake off this cold spell and return to dominance?Keith Hernandez requested time off to avoid broadcasting the upcoming Mets games against the Phillies because Keith hates doing Phillies games and the Phillies are not good enough for his standards. Since Girardi's firing, the Phillies are 40-20 while the Mets are 38-21. Since 1935, the Mets have the worst single season winning percentage with a record of 40-120, which occurred in 1962. We're curious if Philadelphia broadcasters refused to do Mets games back then?Max Scherzer had a shocking occurrence when the Mets bat boy ran along the backstop during his windup. The reaction from Scherzer, and on social media, make this a must-see video clip.http://speakingofsportspod.com/https://twitter.com/Speak_of_Sportshttps://www.facebook.com/SpeakingofSportsPod
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Anthony and Bob discuss a strange Sunday at Citizens Bank Park, the Phillies' four-game sweep of the Nationals, and if it is now time to buy the hype. Watch the full episode on the Crossing Broad YouTube channel. Please subscribe to the show ([Apple Podcasts] [Spotify] [Amazon Music] [Google Podcasts] [iHeartRadio] [Stitcher] [RSS]), leave a 5 star review, and follow us on Twitter: @BobWankelCB @AntSanPhilly Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In today's episode, the Philadelphia Phillies are absolutely red hot and Connor recaps their 4 game sweep of the Washington Nationals at Citizens Bank Park. The Phillies put up 36 runs in the series, can they keep up this super powered offense the rest of the season, or is it just due to the Nationals deficiencies? Next, some expectations are changing for Phillies fans with the team now in the 2nd wild card spot in the National League. Should we have higher expectations for the Phillies now, or is there a benefit to staying leveled in what we are looking for the rest of the regular season? Finally, in Off The Poll, what is your expectation for the Phillies as far as the playoff spot you want them to lock down this season? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In the 7am hour, former NFL GM Mike Lombardi joins the show. Angelo asks Al if he would take a hallucinogen to improve his performance. Nick Castellanos winner of the week? And Pete Rose returns to Citizens Bank Park.
The Atlanta Braves got a strong performance from Spencer Strider as they claimed a 6-3 victory over Aaron Nola and the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday at Citizens Bank Park. Grant McAuley and Jake Mastroianni of Locked On Braves discuss Strider's outing, key offensive performers, a milestone win for manager Brian Snitker, and look ahead to Wednesday's series finale with Charlie Morton on the mound. Make sure you subscribe to the channel and hit the bell to enable notifications, so you'll know when we drop a new episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Atlanta Braves ran into trouble on Monday at Citizens Bank Park, but it wasn't the typical Phillies sluggers who did the damage. Eighth place hitter Bryson Stott hit a go-ahead homer off A.J. Minter to highlight a five-RBI performance and a 6-4 comeback win for Philadelphia. Grant McAuley and Jake Mastroianni of Locked On Braves recap the series opener, what went right, what went wrong, Max Fried's first start of the second half, Austin Riley's continued hot streak, Dylan Lee's latest standout relief performance, and look ahead to Game 2 on Tuesday. Make sure you subscribe to the channel and hit the bell to enable notifications, so you'll know when we drop a new episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On Episode 573 of Hittin' Season, hosts John Stolnis, Justin Klugh and Liz Roscher discussed an extraordinarily disappointing series sweep at the hands of the lowly Chicago Cubs, the struggles of the offense. Also, our thoughts in the Nick Castellanos vs. Jim Salisbury to-do, and the team's decision to bring Pete Rose back to Philadelphia for an alumni celebration, five years after revelations he had a sexual relationship with a teenager in the 1970s that resulted in the cancellation of a previous appearance at Citizens Bank Park. Also, we preview the upcoming Braves series, too. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In today's episode, Connor breaks down last night's Philadelphia Phillies' loss to the Washington Nationals despite continued brilliance from Kyle Schwarber at the dish. With 2 more home runs in the game, Schwarber notched back to back multi home run games, but it wasn't enough to overcome the fact that the rest of the lineup only had 1 hit combined. Also, Odubel Herrera had a rough play in center field that many feel cost the Phillies the game, should he shoulder all of the blame? Next, a preview of Phillies-Nats game 3 with Bailey Falter and Joan Aldo facing off in dueling spot starts. Finally, in Stepping Off, Connor gives props to the Phillies on their awesome display during their postgame firework shows over the past week or so at Citizens Bank Park! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Atlanta Braves got the start they needed from Kyle Wright and the runs they needed from the bottom of the order as they beat the Philadelphia Phillies by a 4-1 score to secure a series victory on Wednesday at Citizens Bank Park. Grant McAuley and Jake Mastroianni of Locked On Braves discuss Wright's strong outing and the timely hitting that led Atlanta to its 21st win of the month, matching a franchise record. The guys also update the injury status of some key Braves and preview the series finale. Make sure you subscribe to the channel and hit the bell to enable notifications, so you'll know when we drop a new episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Atlanta Braves got a strong start from Kyle Wright and some timely offense to hand the Phillies a 4-1 defeat on Wednesday at Citizens Bank Park. Wright's ninth victory tied him for most in the NL while the Braves tied their franchise record for most wins in a calendar month with 21. Grant McAuley recaps the action and previews Thursday's series finale. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Atlanta Braves got two home runs from Matt Olson, including a go-ahead solo-shot in the 8th inning to defeat the Philadelphia Phillies by a 5-3 score on Tuesday at Citizens Bank Park. Grant McAuley and Jake Mastroianni of Locked On Braves break down the timely home runs from Olson and Travis d'Arnaud as well as some good bullpen work that helped Atlanta take the series opener. It was also a big news day on the injury front, with Kenley Janson landing on the IL and Ronald Acuña Jr. not making the trip to Philadelphia. The guys discuss the latest on that and more in this episode. Make sure you subscribe to the channel and hit the bell to enable notifications, so you'll know when we drop a new episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In today's episode, Connor previews the Philadelphia Phillies' Game 1 matchup with the Atlanta Braves at Citizens Bank Park and breaks down the pitching matchup as well as some players to look out for at the dish in the series. Next, it's time to take stock in the NL East again and see where the Phillies stand both in division and in the NL Wild Card race! Finally, in Stepping Off, Connor talks about a covert mission he has behind enemy lines this week as he gets ready to gain access to the Braves' locker room for the duration of the series! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Matt returns to us now, at the turn of the tide, from beneath Citizens Bank Park to review what's real or not real about this team versus six weeks ago, and to eulogize the Joe Girardi Era. This episode sponsored by Loupe (https://loupe.cards)
In today's episode, Connor recaps the end to the Philadelphia Phillies 9 game winning streak as they fall to the Arizona Diamondbacks 13-1 in game 3 of their series at Citizens Bank Park. He discusses Ranger Suarez's control issues, rough defense from Alec Bohm and JT Realmuto, and an overall shaky performance from the home 9. Next, a preview of the upcoming matchup with the Miami Marlins in South Philly and why the Philadelphia Phillies are still poised to stay hot with a favorable week of matchups ahead. Finally, Connor looks at the Marlins lineup and breaks down some of the struggling hitters that the Phillies will face in this series! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
SPORTSBOOKWIRE The Los Angeles Angels (27-26) meet the Philadelphia Phillies (23-29) Saturday at Citizens Bank Park for the 2nd game of their 3-game interleague set. The post Los Angeles Angels at Philadelphia Phillies odds, picks and predictions appeared first on SPORTS BET FORUM.
We get into some extremely Batting Around shit and spend pretty much the whole main part of the show talking about the underground cheesesteak eating competitions at Citizens Bank Park. It's awesome, but it's also kinda gross. Then on the Patreon side we have an excellent Players to Be Shamed Later segment where we blaze a new trail and do some predictions for upcoming Ps to Be S'd Later. It's pretty much just baseless speculation and slander. We also talk about how you could get us to compromise our principals for a free trip to Dallas. If you want to hear the Patreon side of the show go to Patreon.com/BattingAround and sign up for access to the premium feed and more! Check out Lauren on the Nicepilled Podcast https://twitter.com/nicepilled_pod
In today's episode, Connor recaps a tough series with the San Diego Padres where the Philadelphia Phillies were shut out twice at home, and breaks down what consistency would mean for both the Philadelphia Phillies' lineup and Joe Girardi. He also takes a look forward to another series with the Los Angeles Dodgers and whether it will be a revenge game for LA or if the Philadelphia Phillies will be able to take another series from the stacked lineup that will be visiting Citizens Bank Park this weekend. Finally, in Off The Poll, Connor sets up a Twitter poll for the weekend with a question about how much you value consistency in the Philadelphia Phillies' lineup and how Joe Girardi should handle that situation over the next month of the season! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In today's episode, Connor discusses a rough offensive night for the Philadelphia Phillies in their first game back from a strong road trip as they get shut out by the San Diego Padres and Mike Clevinger. He also recaps a rough night for Kyle Schwarber, who went 0-4 with 4 strikeouts in the game, and shares an update on Bryce Harper's UCL injury that has led to a setback for his potential return back to his normal spot in right field. Connor also previews tonight's action as Zack Wheeler takes the mound against Blake Snell, who is making his first start of the season, and why the Philadelphia Phillies can take advantage. Finally, in Stepping Off, Citizens Bank Park has a new logo in the center field grass. Is it a good look? Or is it just a bit of eyewash? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The guys from Green Legion Radio broadcast LIVE from the All-Star Craft Beer, Wine & Cocktail Festival at Citizens Bank Park as they are joined by Dave Spadaro & Irving Fryar to talk the #Eagles draft picks, look at the 2022 #Eagles schedule, discuss the #Sixers, and look at the red hot #Phillies.Thank you all for listening! Please subscribe, rate, and review the show, we appreciate it! Stream every show live at GreenLegionRadio.com and make sure to follow The Green Legion for all our shows, events, and roadtrips!
In today's episode we have a crossover as Connor checks in with Javier Reyes of Locked On Padres to preview a big matchup between some NL playoff hopefuls at Citizens Bank Park! The guys get into the pitching matchups and who has the edge in the starting rotations, and take a look at some of the top performers at the plate so far this year for each side. They also talk about the expectations for each team from the fan base and what the realistic playoff possibilities are for each team! Finally, they get into a little bit of brothers talk as Austin Nola, Aaron Nola's brother, is in town, but unfortunately won't get to face Aaron in the series! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The gang is at Citizens Bank Park for the Philadelphia All-Star Craft Beer, Wine, and Cocktail Music Festival! Getting depressed about the Sixers and what they've done to us, talking about the Phillies gathering some hype and more!
On Episode 556 of Hittin' Season, host John Stolnis recaps the depressing two-game sweep at the hands of the lowly, last place Texas Rangers at Citizens Bank Park. The bats once again went silent, but how much of their ineptitude is simply bad luck? John dives into the data for some surprising answers. Also, a close examination at the next month for the Phillies that will feature perhaps the most difficult schedule in MLB, and whether the Phils will indeed fire Joe Girardi in order to "shake things up." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Anthony and Bob discuss the Phillies' disappointing weekend, look ahead to a key week at Citizens Bank Park before a tough road trip out west, and sort through an assorted list of items as the team spins its wheels. Watch the full episode on the Crossing Broad YouTube channel HERE. Please subscribe to the show ([Apple Podcasts] [Spotify] [Amazon Music] [Google Podcasts] [iHeartRadio] [Stitcher] [RSS]), leave a 5 star review, and follow us on Twitter: @BobWankelCB @AntSanPhilly Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In today's episode, we have another crossover! Connor checks in with Ryan Finkelstein of Locked On Mets to discuss the upcoming Philadelphia Phillies - New York Mets series up at Citi Field! The guys preview the pitching matchups in the series, talk about an interesting series at Citizens Bank Park the last time these two teams matched up, and get into the New York Mets' hot start to the 2022 season. They also break down a recent hot streak by the Philadelphia Phillies and go back and forth on what type of seasons we can expect out of starters Zack Wheeler and Ranger Suarez for the Philadelphia Phillies and Tylor Megill and Max Scherzer for the New York Mets! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In today's episode, Connor recaps the Philadelphia Phillies' 3rd straight win over the Colorado Rockies, winning them their first series since opening weekend against the Oakland Athletics! In yesterday's game, Alec Bohm stayed hot as he continues to prove that he doesn't actually hate this place, and Zach Eflin had an outstanding start to help the heating up Philadelphia Phillies offense! He also takes a look forward at the series ending game and a chance for the Philadelphia Phillies to complete the 4 game sweep of the Colorado Rockies with Zack Wheeler on the mound. Finally, in Stepping Off, Connor shares a couple stories about one of his favorite promotional nights at Citizens Bank Park, one that just happened in last night's game - Dollar Dog Night! Today's episode is sponsored by Blue Nile! This Mother's Day, give mom something she'll treasure forever with fine jewelry from Bluenile.com, and LOCKEDON SPORTS listeners get $50 off $500. Use code LOCKEDON at checkout. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, Connor crosses over with Paul Francis Sullivan of Locked On MLB and talks about the Philadelphia Phillies' start to the 2022 MLB Season, how the fan base currently feels about the team, what the expectations are for the year, and how realistic it is that the Philadelphia Phillies finally end their decade long playoff drought this year! Connor and Sully also get into the nature of the Philadelphia fan base, the differences between how baseball fandom is in the Northeast as opposed to the West Coast, and how Citizens Bank Park compares to when the Philadelphia Phillies used to play their games at Veterans Stadium! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Philadelphia Phillies return to Citizens Bank Park to take on the Milwaukee Brewers following a rough seven-game road trip against the Miami Marlins and the Colorado Rockies. Will the Philadelphia Phillies be able to carry that momentum in their three-game series against the Milwaukee Brewers?#Phillies | #PhiladelphiaPhillies | #MLB
While broadcasting on Phillies Opening Day at Citizens Bank Park, the Philadelphia Phillies' Director of Fun and Games John Brazer returns to the Dom Giordano Program. Brazer, who's title is indeed real, tells us what's new at the ballpark, including some great new concession offerings including Jersey Shore staple Manco and Manco. Also, Brazer tells about the relationship he shared with Harry Kalas, and tells what he hopes and expects to see on field for the Phillies this season. (Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images)
The Philadelphia Phillies lost games 2 and 3 of their series with the New York Mets due to some shaky pitching and a lack of offense. Connor breaks down what he took away from an uninspiring shutout offensively in game 2 and a rough performance from Aaron Nola in game 3 which led to the Philadelphia Phillies falling back to 3-3 on the year. He also discusses the need for some patience when it comes to the team, especially the offense at the top of the lineup. Finally, in Stepping Off, he breaks down a wild video from Citizens Bank Park that saw a Phillies fan throw a New York Mets fan's phone onto the field! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
While broadcasting live from Citizens Bank Park on Phillies Opening Day, Dom Giordano was joined by legendary Phillies broadcasting duo Larry Andersen and Scott Franzke. Franzke and LA discuss the long career the two have shared in the booth, and talk about Andersen's decision to semi-retire, cutting back the amount of games he'll work to 40. Also, Franzke and LA reflect upon some great Phillies broadcasters of the past such as Harry Kalas, and the two greats offer their opinion on some new rule changes set forth by the MLB. (Photo by Gary Newkirk/ALLSPORT)
Then, to lead off the second hour of today's special Dom Giordano Program live from Phillies Opening Day, Director of Fun and Games John Brazer rejoins the Dom Giordano Program to tell us what's new down at the ballpark this year. First, though, Brazer and Giordano reflect on the duo of Larry Andersen and Scott Franzke, with Brazer telling where the famous ‘it's outta here' phrase came from. Then, Brazer tells us about the new food offerings at Citizens Bank Park, telling about the addition of Manco and Manco, a Jersey Shore staple, to the long list of great vendors. Then, legendary broadcasters Scott Franzke and Larry Andersen stop by the Dom Giordano Program for a quick interview about the new initiatives set forth by the MLB in hopes to improve the game's popularity. Also, Franzke and Andersen reflect on the 17 years they've spent broadcasting as a team, and Andersen tells why he's decided to semi-retire prior to the season, only broadcasting 40 games this year. (Photo by Hunter Martin/Getty Images)
In this episode, Connor breaks down a wild opening day at Citizens Bank Park as Kyle Schwarber had a huge first day as a member of the Philadelphia Phillies, including a leadoff home run, Aaron Nola got his first win on the year, and Rhys Hoskins had a great day at the dish. He also jumps into Bryson Stott's fielding issues at 3rd and how the rookie seemed to bounce back following a rough 7th inning. In Off The Poll, Connor asks whether or not you are still comfortable with Bryson Stott at 3rd base following his somewhat shaky defensive performance on opening day! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Joe Hughes, Ken Korach, Vince Cotroneo and Jessica Kleinschmdt preview game two of the A's and Phillies from Citizens Bank Park. They were joined by Scott Emerson, Ed Sprague, John Kruk and NBC Sports Philadelphia Phillies Insider, Jim Salisbury. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Alex Jensen, Ken Korach and Vince Cotroneo preview A's & Phillies from Citizens Bank Park for Opening Day. They were joined by Mark Kotsay, Jessica Kleinschmidt, Phillies radio Pxp voice, Scott Franzke and memories with Ray Fosse Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, Connor breaks down the Philadelphia Phillies' reveal of their opening day roster and shares his thoughts on some interesting inclusions, including an Alec Bohm and Bryson Stott platoon at 3B and a Mickey Moniak and Matt Vierling platoon at CF! We're also on to the championship of our top 8 moments bracket with some heavyweight options in the finale, and in Stepping Off, Connor got a sneak peek at some new food items coming to Citizens Bank Park for the 2022 season and gives you his thoughts on some great new grub to grab at the park! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The show opens with John's thoughts on the huge Eagles' draft picks trade with the New Orleans Saints (0:03-23:18). Ben Simmons has been ruled out for the rest of the regular season (23:18-46:49). Howie is a ninja once again (46:49-1:09:39). Cooney's Column – The National Championship (1:09:39-1:33:04). Jamie's draft report (1:33:04-1:55:29). The guys discuss James Harden's fit with the Sixers so far (1:55:29-2:18:33). Is there another move up Howie Roseman's sleeve? (2:18:33-2:41:17). The show wraps up with a look at the new food coming to Citizens Bank Park this year (2:41:17-3:04:06).
The Phillie Phanatic is the official mascot for the Philadelphia Phillies Major League Baseball team. He is a large, furry, green bipedal flightless bird with an extendable tongue. He performs various routines to entertain fans during baseball games at Citizens Bank Park and makes public relations and goodwill appearances for the Phillies. The Phanatic is widely acknowledged as one of the best ballpark mascots, if not the most recognizable mascots in North American sports. So, today we want to take a look at what makes the Phanatic, king of the mascots.
Anthony opens the show reacting to the Sixers picking up a pair of wins over the weekend. Anthony and Andrew share their thoughts on the news of Ben Simmons filing a grievance to recoup the $20 million the Sixers did not pay him while sitting out (0:00-22:15). Anthony and Andrew get into some tournament talk with the NCAA Championship game tonight and Anthony thinks that had Villanova been healthy they could have beaten Kansas (22:15-45:00). The conversation swings to baseball and Anthony has fears of being burned by another Phillies prospect amidst Moniak's hot spring. Morning Thoughts - Anthony and Andrew name 4 Phillies players they would go on a caravan with to see all 162 games. (45:00-1:07:32). Anthony goes to the phones to get the callers take on Embiid's MVP chances and who would be on your Phillies caravan (1:07:32-1:28:22). Anthony is not a soda man but got himself a diet coke today because of the crushed ice at Chickie's and Pete's leading to an ICE debate with Andrew (1:28:22-1:50:10). Anthony and Andrew discuss Embiid's MVP chances and whether Maxey should come off the bench or not (1:50:10-2:11:55). Anthony and Andrew talk about the new eateries at Citizens Bank Park for the upcoming season (2:11:55-2:36:06). Anthony and Andrew discuss the rumors around a possible DK Metcalf trade (2:36:06-2:55:15).
In this episode, Connor goes through some numbers that should help decide whether Nick Castellanos or Kyle Schwarber should play LF for the Philadelphia Phillies, and which of those two should spend the majority of their time in the DH spot instead. He also talks about another trade the Philadelphia Phillies made today to bring in another bullpen arm, breaks down Aaron Nola's latest sub-par Spring Training outing, and in Stepping Off, shares some exciting news about what (or who) will be coming to Citizens Bank Park for the 2022 season! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices