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Phillies Nation Podcast 20: Mike Gill

Welcome to the Phillies Nation Podcast!

Today, Pat Gallen is joined by Mike Gill of 97.3 ESPN Radio in Atlantic City.  Mike and Pat break down all of the free agent news that pertains to the Phillies.  Third base, the bullpen, a new bench, and a fifth starter are some of the topics they touch on in the podcast today.

Mike and Pat both agree that Adrian Beltre, and possibly Mark Derosa, is a good fit for this team, and that Chone Figgins is probably a bit too expensive for the Phillies.  As for the starters, there are a ton of names out there, but Pat and Mike seem to agree on one or two that could stand out for the Phils in 2010.

Mike Gill is the host of “The Sports Bash with Mike Gill” on 97.3 ESPN FM in South Jersey. The station is a 50,000 watt sports station that reachess eight, NJ counties (Atlantic, Cape May, Ocean, Camden, Burlington, Salem, Cumberland and Glouchester) plus Delaware, parts of Philly and into Maryland.

The station became 97.3 ESPN on June 1st, 2009 flipping over from 1450AM. Mike is a West Virginia University graduate and grew up in South Jersey. He began his career covering the Mountineers and their 1996 run to the sweet 16, after that Mike has covered many college bowl games, NBA playoffs, NHL playoffs, NFL playoffs, one Super Bowl. two NLDS,two NLCS and two World Series. He has also worked at 102.7 WJSE, 1490 The Game as morning show host and has been afternoon host on 97.3 ESPN/ESPN1450-AM for the past 4 years. You can catch Mike every year covering the Phillies in Clearwater, FL at spring training, the 2010 season with be his 7th year down in Clearwater.

Click here to listen Phillies Nation Podcast – Episode 20

Pat Gallen can be reached via email at Pat@Philliesnation.com

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