I know I have been doing a ton of promotional stuff for The 100 Greatest Phillies of All Time and that can make my head spin. But because of the book, I got to share a very cool moment with my grandmother, Mom Mom. Sorry folks, she got the first autographed copy of the book. Even though I’m a grown man, she made me feel like the most special grandson in the world.
Thank you to Sarah for the great photo!
Who would have thought a box full of t-shirts that were nearly ten years old from my music days would ever be of use again?
From left: Will Ferrara, Tim Hughes, Ian Riccaboni, LSG, Cheeseburger
It was my pleasure to join Pat McNeill and King Corino on this edition of the PW Torch LiveCast prior to ROH action in Philly and Field of Honor! Take a listen and let me know what you think!
Hey everyone – this is the first promo for the new project I’m working on with Fire Rock Productions. The folks in the video, myself included, have been challenged to change local television. Can they do it?!
I had the pleasure of interviewing the always-fun Tony Luke Jr. for Phillies Nation TV. We had some extra time so we found out how “Philly” is Tony Luke Jr.!
The full interview, about five minutes in length, will air May 21, 2013 at 6 PM on the Comcast Network!
I had the pleasure of interviewing TV star Marc Summers for Phillies Nation TV and we had some fun, shooting a promo of some impromptu, fast-paced questions with Marc. It was a blast!
From YouTube: http://www.philliesnation.com – Marc Summers sits down with Ian Riccaboni of Phillies Nation in a preview of next week’s episode of Phillies Nation TV. Ian grills Marc on Philly-related questions to see in fact just “How Philly is Marc Summers???”
Originally posted this morning at Phillies Nation:
Many of the questions submitted for the PN Mailbag focused primarily on the likelihood or the ability of the Phillies to sign Josh Hamilton. Often times, it’s easier just to explain something like that with pictures. Keep in mind, this is not a ringing endorsement or anything of the like, just a nice flowchart showing that yes, the Phillies do have $21.5 million in AAV available for 2013. Thanks to my colleague Corey Seidman for crunching these numbers in his fantastic article from Thursday, which has even further explanation as to how the Phillies are this far under the luxury tax threshold. Click on the flowchart to make it larger.