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On this episode of the Phillies Nation Podcast, Steve Corino and Ian Riccaboni are back at it, fresh off Steve returning from Vegas! They tackle the following:
– Steve was in Vegas – is the line moving? Thoughts on the new line?
– Ian reveals which segments were too controversial and too morbid to film for Phillies Nation TV.
– Ian gloats at he and Steve’s accurate predictions.
– Ian and Steve chat about the Spring Training Opener against the University of Tampa and somehow avoid mentioning their expansive pro wrestling alumni that include Paul Orndorff and Dick Slater! They talk about standouts, which included Odubel Herrera and Angelys Nina.
– The guys talk about Ryan Howard. Has he become a villain or should he be applauded?
– The 2016 Spring Training preview continues with a position by position breakdown with an in-depth look at Cesar Hernandez, Freddy Galvis, Maikel Franco, Darin Ruf, Nina, Ryan Jackson, Andres Blanco, Tyler Featherstom, and more!
– And finally, Steve and Ian tackle the age-old question – what is going on with Cody Asche and where does he fit moving forward? – before moving on to some Vegas-themed Over/Unders! Write these down to hold Ian and Steve to them and send in your thoughts!
– Last week’s trivia question answer and this week’s trivia question for a great prize!
Next week on the PN Podcast, Steve and Ian will take a deep dive into the Phillies 2016 outfield.
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About Ian Riccaboni: Ian has been a Phillies Nation contributor full-time since 2011 and is the author of The 100 Greatest Phillies of All Time. Ian can be seen on Phillies Nation TV, is the voice of Women of Honor, and is a Sports Media professor at Holy Family University.
About Steve Corino: Steve is a life-long Phillies fan whose love for the Phillies dates back to the launch of PRISM! Steve is a former ECW World Champion who has over 70 tours of Japan. His best friend Mr. Wrestling III can be seen every week calling Ring of Honor action in Philadelphia at 11:30 PM on Saturdays on WMCN 44 and Midnights every Wednesday on COMET.