See what Andrew Salciuans played in The Audio Vault today. Every day on The Anthony Gargano Show, Andrew Salciunas grabs some audio that is relevant to the day, to play for us. Only today, Andrew Salciunas was out. Which meant it was Ray “Dickie” Dunn in the producer’s chair. It was Ray’s chance to delve into the Vault to pull out the Audio of his choice. What did he pull out? They looked back at a big Bryson Stott moment, celebrated the Birthday of Mark Wahlberg and Phillies legend JC Romero, and remembered when Richie Ashburn setting a record.
Here is the full lineup from today’s Audio Vault:
- Bryson Stott Walkoff Anniversary vs the Angels
- Harper’s Grand Slam before Stott’s At Bat
- Stott walks it off with a Home Run of his own
- Happy Birthday Mark Wahlberg
- For Marky Mark’s Birthday, they played some moments from the movie Invincible
- Happy Birthday JC Romero
- Played a highlight from JC Romero’s time in Philly
- Richie Ashburn sets the NL Rookie Record with a streak of 23 games with a hit
- Harry Kalas talking about Richie
- The Whiz Kids Anthem
You can listen to the full Audio Vault below:
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Grading Every Phillies Pitcher Two Months Into the Season
The Phillies are in trouble. We thought these issues were behind us. After last year’s miracle run, we thought that they would be prepared to have a full season. Especially after their busy off-season where they added Trea Turner, Taijuan Walker, and a ton of quality bullpen arms. And yet, here we are again. It is June, and the Phillies are not a playoff team. They aren’t even on the bubble right now. They are 6th in the Wild Card race. It is a problem. They are not pitching well. Nor are they hitting well. We knew the fielding would suck. The base running being a mess is a problem too.
Now once again, they are going to need to dig themselves out of a hole. It took Joe Girardi being fired to inspire them to turn it around last year. It’s unlikely they will fire the manager this year. So the players are just going to need to figure it out.
With that said, who is doing their job so far? Which players are most to blame for these issues? Two months into the season seems like a fair time to start judging their performances. Yesterday we looked at the hitters. So today we will look at the pitchers. Which starter is carrying their weight, and which one is not? Who out of the Bullpen needs to do a better job, and who has pitched great?