(00:00-13:13) On today’s Afternoon Show, the word of the day is “pause”. First you have to pause on the first Phillies game without Bryce Harper. He’s expected to miss and extended period of time and the Phillies did play well yesterday but pause. We all have to see how the team responds long term. Kyle Schwarber can’t be the only player to step up his game. Also, the Durant availability is gaining some traction after Kyrie Irving’s latest stance. If Durant does become available, Tyrone wants the Sixers to pause on pursing any other player until you know if you can or cannot somehow attain Kevin Durant. Jen is still out so Connor is with Tyrone today. Connor gives his thoughts.
(13:16-1:19:01) Connor introduces today’s Twitter poll. What does an extended injury absence for Bryce Harper mean for the Phillies chances this season? Will they still make the playoffs, come up just short, play under .500 baseball or fall completely apart? The early leader is that the Phillies will come up just short. Tyrone and Connor give their opinion and also continue to talk about possible players the Sixers could move. The conversation turns to Matisse Thybulle. Tyrone then heads to the phones to hear what you have to say.
(1:19:04-1:27:28) Connor fills in for Jen and dives into some interesting stories outside the world of sports on “What’s Crackin With Connor” to include a missing German child found in a sewer after eight days and a pet alligator escaped in a Missouri store.
(1:27:31-1:50:06) Tyrone and Connor talk more about Matisse Thybulle, the prospect of Kevin Durant, the Phillies, Beyoncé and retaliation for hitting one of your players in baseball. Tyrone also takes your calls to get your take.
(1:50:09-2:04:36) Phillies reporter for The Philadelphia Inquirer Scott Lauber joins the show. He talks about the status of Bryce Harper, how the team will respond on the field, retaliation for hitting Bryce and more!
(2:04:39-2:47:32) The rest of the show belongs to you, the FANatic! Tyrone also brings up an interesting ethical question about your children, McDonalds and other children.
(2:47:35-2:52:28) It is time for Sound Off! Leave your very own Sound Off calls at (610)-771-9705!