The year in Philly sports


Guests: Mike Sielski and Sam Donnellon

The past year has been a turbulent one for professional sports teams Philadelphia. The Phillies, Flyers, Eagles, and Sixers all have new head coaches, major stars have retired, and several teams have struggled. Things are looking up for 2014, though, as the Flyers have bounced back from a tough start, the Eagles are on the path to the playoffs, and the Sixers have a star in rookie Michael Carter-Williams. In this hour of Radio Times, we’ll look back on some of the biggest stories in Philly sports in 2013 and what the future holds in 2014 with MIKE SIELSKI, sports columnist with The Philadelphia Inquirer, and SAM DONNELLON, sports columnist with the Philadelphia Daily News.

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