ESPN’s Sr. Baseball Writer Jayson Stark Joins 97.3 ESPN
ESPN senior baseball writer, Jayson Stark will join Mike Gill every Friday at 3:05 this baseball season to talk Phillies, NL East and more.
If there is a rumor, story or something brewing with the Phillies you'll find out about it on the Sports Bash with Mike Gill and ESPN.com senior baseball writer, Jayson Stark.
So make an appointment to listen to the Stark Report every Friday on the Sports Bash Driven by Team Nissan on Delsea Drive in Vineland and Don't forget to listen to Jayson every Tuesday with Mike and Mike on 97.3 ESPN!
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[5/21/15] Jayson Stark talks about Aaron Nola, Cole Hamels, Ben Revere, Chase Utley and Ryan Howard - plus more on MLB shortening the season.
[5/15/15] Jayson Stark talks about how the Phillies handled the Cody Asche situation, Maikel Franco's call-up and tells us how the pitching prospects at Reading are doing so far.
[4/17/15] Jayson Stark talks about Chase Utley, Ryan Howard, Cole Hamels, the possibility of dealing Papelbon and more:
About Jayson Stark:
Jayson Stark is a senior baseball writer for ESPN.com, writing several columns a week, including Friday’s Week in Review and Saturday’s Rumblings and Grumblings. He also appears as an analyst for ESPN’s Baseball Tonight and ESPN Radio.
Prior to joining ESPN.com, Stark worked at the Philadelphia Inquirer for 21 years, serving initially as the Philadelphia Phillies beat writer and then as national baseball writer and columnist. He also was the creator and author of the nationally syndicated Baseball Week in Review column, known for unearthing obscure, historic and humorous aspects of baseball, from 1983-1999. While with the Inquirer, Stark twice received the Pennsylvania Sportswriter of the Year award.
Stark also served as a columnist for Baseball America for 16 years and has written for ESPN The Magazine, Sports Illustrated, Sport, Inside Sports, Sporting News, Men’s Fitness andAthlon. His television work includes appearances for ESPN, Major League Baseball Productions, NFL Films and Philadelphia’s Comcast Sports Net. He is also a former baseball analyst for the Sports Fan radio network and a commentator on the Phillies’ pre-game radio show.
Born July 19, 1951, Stark earned a bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University in 1973.