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Phillies Nation TV: 2014 Rotation, Dom Brown Interview and Parking Lot Challenge

Posted by Brian Michael, Thu, September 12, 2013 11:25 AM Comments: 2

Phillies Nation is back in full effect after a relaxing Labor Day hiatus.  Pat and Corey start off by giving their predictions for the 2014 Phillies roster – see what they think the future holds for guys like Roy Halladay, Kyle Kendrick, Miguel A. Gonzalez, Jonathan Pettibone and Jesse Biddle.

Ryann meets up with Domonic Brown at the Sports Vault in King of Prussia and talks to him about his breakout season this year.  She asks what made the difference this year compared to previous ones.  She also brings the guys viewer questions and comments including what to do with Ethan Martin and which former Phillies outfielder would have been best to keep.

Finally, Johnny Goodtimes returns for another hilarious edition of Parking Lot Challenge outside Citizens Bank Park.  Fun!

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Phillies Nation TV: Sandberg, Halladay and Top Free Agent Targets

Posted by Brian Michael, Fri, August 30, 2013 11:34 AM Comments: 0

This week the Pat and Corey cover the first week under new Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg. Was his hiring the catalyst for a team that won 5 of 6 games? Or perhaps it was Roy Halladay’s first start since going on the DL that will serve to energize the team. Still, like C.C. Sabathia in New York, the guys discuss how Roy’s performance is still below expectations.

Also covered this week are the futures for role players such as Roger Bernadina, Darin Ruf and Jake Diekman. We also breakdown last Saturday’s wacky 18-inning game in our “By the Numbers” segment.

Ryann asks the guys who tops their list of off-season free agent targets for the Phillies. And Brian Quinn of BQ Basement Systems stops by the set to talk about the dual disappointment of a wet basement and the 2013 Phillies.

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Phillies Nation TV: Interviews with Hamels, Revere, Amaro, Adams, Papale

Posted by Brian Michael, Wed, August 21, 2013 11:17 AM Comments: 0

This week’s episode is jam packed with Phillies news and interviews. Of course, the guys start by analyzing the firing of Charlie Manuel. They also discuss what Ryne Sandberg must do to keep the managerial position next season and, if he can’t, who might replace him.

Natalie hits the red carpet at the Hamels Foundation Diamonds and Denim event held at Vie last week. She scores interviews with Cole Hamels, Ruben Amaro, Mike Adams, John Mayberry, Ben Revere and more. Watch as the Phillie Phanatic uses his smooth moves to pick up Ryann as his date for the evening.

Speaking of Ryann, she offers more poignant reader questions this week including one that asks: Is Jimmy Rollins cooked at the plate? Hear how the guys respond.

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Phillies Nation TV: Utley Extension, 2014 Phillies, Shibe Park

Posted by Brian Michael, Wed, August 14, 2013 06:14 PM Comments: 0

This week, the guys begin by analyzing Chase Utley’s contact extension. They discuss the pros and cons of the creatively structured deal and how it fits within the rest of the baseball market. They also delve into what the 2014 Phillies lineup will look like.

Then, minor league expert, Jay Floyd joins Corey with updates from the farm. He outlines the prospects of three catchers in the ranks and discusses who might be playing in 2014.

Speaking of next season, Ryann’s fan comments focus mainly on the future of the team, including some Phillies prospects who have been traded away.

Finally, Johnny Goodtimes returns to interview Penn Professor Bruce Kuklick, author of To Everything a Season: Shibe Park and Urban Philadelphia 1909-1976. They discuss the Philadelphia A’s success, the Phillies’ failure and other subjects related to the North Philly legend of Shibe Park. (full interview here)

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Philly Baseball History Interview with Bruce Kuklick

Posted by Brian Michael, Tue, August 13, 2013 06:48 PM Comments: 2

Phillies Nation guest reporter Johnny Goodtimes interviews Penn History Professor, Bruce Kuklick, author of To Everything A Season. They discuss the Philadelphia A’s success, the Phillies’ failure and other subjects related to the North Philly legend of Shibe Park.

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Phillies Nation TV: Trade Deadline Special

Posted by Brian Michael, Fri, August 02, 2013 12:24 PM Comments: 9

Pat and Corey cover the 2013 Phillies trade deadline that never was – and even discuss the merits of moving the deadline back a couple of weeks in August. They also offer thoughts on who might still be traded in August or the off-season. One guy who will not be traded, is the newly acquired Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez who the guys will introduce you to as well. We have some exclusive footage of him fanning batters in Cuba.

Ryann sits down with Ellen Barkann, of the Barkann Family Foundation, to talk about what she and Michael are doing in the community – including a big event coming up in September at the Zoo called The Day Philly Remembers.  And as always, your questions and comments are presented by BQ Basement Systems. We even have a few extra fan tweets in there, see if yours made the cut.

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Phillies Nation TV: Trade Deadline Scenarios and Interviews from ESPN

Posted by Brian Michael, Thu, July 25, 2013 11:14 AM Comments: 3

The hot stove is heating up as the Phillies decide whether they’re sellers or buyers. Pat and Corey give you their best moves, including whether or not it’s a good idea to trade Michael Young during his most valuable days. They also debate National League MVP candidates and answer fan questions from Ryann.

I make a rare appearance for interviews with Kevin Negandi and Chris McKendry – two SportsCenter anchors with strong Philly roots. The legendary Brian Dawkins also drops in for a few Philadelphia memories of his own.

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Phillies Nation TV: 3 Keys to the Second Half and Parking Lot Challenge Returns

Posted by Brian Michael, Thu, July 18, 2013 04:18 PM Comments: 0

On this week’s episode, Pat and Corey discuss trade options for the bullpen and centerfield, preview the second half schedule and give their 3 keys to making it a successful one.

Ryann has reader questions including one asking, “How many wins do Phillies need to make the playoffs?”

Plus, Johnny Goodtimes returns for another edition of Parking Lot Challenge. Watching things go wrong for one tailgating couple!

In cased you missed this week’s show on TV, you can still catch it on Thursday at 4:30 pm on TCN and Friday at midnight on CSN.

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PNTV Interview: Mickey Morandini at the Celebrity Hitting Challenge

Posted by Jay Floyd, Tue, July 16, 2013 08:00 AM Comments: 0

Recently, Phillies Nation TV headed out to the Class A South Atlantic League All-Star events in Lakewood, NJ to attend the Celebrity Hitting Challenge that was hosted at FirstEnergy Park by the BlueClaws. The “Clawstar Spectacular”, as it was called, featured the likes of former players Matt Stairs and Dwight Gooden along with comedian Artie Lange, who were all featured in interviews on a recent edition of our program.

All the footage we collect can’t always make the final edit of the show, so there are often clips or interviews we don’t use. Among the material that ended up on the cutting room floor from the Celebrity Hitting Challenge was a one-on-one interview with former Phillies All-Star second baseman Mickey Morandini.  In the interview, Mickey, who is now the manager for the BlueClaws, discussed the event, the reactions he gets from fans, looking forward to the 1993 Phillies reunion coming up next month and plenty more.

Check out the media player below for that interview and don’t forget to watch new episodes of Phillies Nation TV each Tuesday at 6 PM on The Comcast Network with replays running throughout the week on TCN and Comcast SportsNet.

To see the full June 25th episode of PNTV featuring interviews with Stairs, Gooden and Lange, click here.

Last week’s episode can be viewed by clicking here.

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Werth Walks Out on Post Game Interview

Posted by Pat Gallen, Thu, July 11, 2013 11:47 PM Comments: 9

Just watch. Completely self-explanatory.

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