Posted by Brian Michael, Thu, March 28, 2013 02:12 PM Comments: 1
Our own Corey Seidman spoke with Spike Eskin on 94.1 WIP earlier today about Phillies Nation TV, statistical analysis in baseball, Roy Halladay and some Phillies over/under prognostications. Have a listen!
Posted by Jay Floyd, Thu, January 26, 2012 07:00 AM Comments: 1
This week, the Class A Lakewood BlueClaws hosted their annual Phillies banquet at the Woodlake Country Club in Lakewood, NJ. Prior to the event that raised money for BlueClaws charities, I had the opportunity to sit down with Philadelphia general manager to discuss various organizational subjects. Ruben spoke about the Wilson Valdez for Jeremy Horst trade, highly regarded pitching prospect Jesse Biddle, Domonic Brown’s future, last year’s draft class and plenty more.
Check out the media player below to listen to the full one-on-one interview with Ruben Amaro Jr.
To check out my previous interviews with Ruben, click HERE and HERE.
Posted by Tim Malcolm, Sun, March 15, 2009 01:56 PM Comments: 0
Want more spring training talk? Visit Behind the Mike tonight and listen to yours truly on the Behind the Mike Show with Joel Michaelec. We’ll be talking about your world champions as they prepare to defend their title in 2009.
Posted by Brian Michael, Thu, August 07, 2008 03:43 PM Comments: 2
This afternoon, I talked with Andrew from The Tropolitans – a Mets blog. We discussed the Phillies pitching situation, shortstops in NL East and a few other things. Have a listen, I come in at the 7 minute mark.
Posted by Brian Michael, Tue, February 19, 2008 11:51 AM Comments: 0
On Sunday I sat down with the guys from Gorrilla News Radio for a lively and lengthy discussion on several interesting topics including Chase Utley’s chance at MVP, the starting rotation, the Santana trade, Clemens on Capitol Hill, and why Mets fans are clueless. Have a listen, I come on around the 15-minute mark and stick around for the rest of the hour and a half long show.
I don’t find these stats surprising at all; it’s only further evidence that the team couldn’t hit water whether they fell out of the left or the right side of the boat. Both OPS figures are bad, so any difference […]