Best of The Farzy Show | Phillies Sweep Angels | 6/6
Welcome back to The Farzy Show with Marc Farzetta! Today’s show will feature the “Best of The Farzy Show.” Meanwhile, Marc continues his European Vacation. The lovable host will be back Wednesday morning. Hopefully, the Farzetta’s do not run into any Griswald antics on their globetrotting excursion. The Farzy Show streams live, Monday through Friday at 6 AM, from the Steven Singer Studios in Philadelphia.
At the top of the show, Marc takes the audience back to some of the best interview moments by Farzy himself! Marc interviews Brandan Graham, Landon Dickerson, and Jason Kelce. The interviews look at the initial hiring and meeting of Birds HC Nick Sirianni. Also, Marc interviews 2008 World Series Champion manager of the Philadelphia Phillies, Charlie Manuel. The two discuss his managerial style and what it takes to be a good manager in the Majors.
Furthermore, Marc interviews former Eagle Tight end Zach Ertz and his wife, USWN Team Soccer Player Julie Ertz, about Jalen Hurts and the Eagles. Additionally, they discuss the Ertz Foundation, which has done so much for the local Philadelphia community. Then, Farzetta aired a recording of an Ertz Foundation event in which he participated in the community.
In Philadelphia Sports News, the Phillies swept the Angels in Mike Trout’s return to South Philadelphia in 2014. Former MVPs Shohei Ohtani and Mike Trout did not hit well. While in Philly, Trout batted 0-11, while Ohtani batted 2-10. With the firing of Joe Girardi, the Phillies have extended their win streak to four in a row. Overall, the Phils are 25-29 in third place in the NL East and 11.0 GB from the Mets.
Finally, Marc interviews many different local correspondents on the Eagles, Phillies, and Sixers. The Farzy Show is brought to you by Destination Retirement, Philadelphia Sports Nation, Rothman Orthopedics, I Hate Steven Singer, WinView, DraftKings, Steak & Main, and Sky Motor Cars. The Phillies return to play Tuesday night against the Milwaukee Brewers. In other news, the Golden State Warriors won Game 2 of the NBA Championship 107-88. Game 3 of the series continues Wednesday night in Boston.