Welcome to the Phillies Nation Podcast!
In this special WORLD SERIES episode, Pat is joined by Noah Coslov of MLB.com and Jesse Spector of the New York Daily News. On the podcast today, Noah and Jesse break down the offenses, the pitching match ups, and the brewing rivalry between the two teams. In addition, they both give their predictions for the series.
After graduating from Boston University, Noah Coslov spent two summers in Reading, PA calling games on the radio for the Reading Philles. From there, he moved to New York City to work for the NBA and broadcast college hoops for Long Island University in Brooklyn. Through tremendous experiences hosting NBA TV Fantasy Hoops and NBA Radio on Sirius, Noah headed to College Sports Television (now CBS College Sports) and then onto MLB.com. He still gets his NBA fix by voicing NBA 360 which airs internationally on NBA TV and in the New York area on MSG.
Jesse Spector authors a blog for the New York Daily News called “Touching Base“. In one of his latest posts, he believed Joe Girardi should have been fired had the Yankees lost to the Angels after taking a 3-1 series lead. Jesse is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and has been writing Touching Base – the News’ inside-the-numbers baseball column – since 2005. Born and raised in Brooklyn, he now lives in Astoria, a much shorter subway ride to both Shea and Yankee Stadium.