Angelo Cataldi

Angelo Cataldi

Angelo Cataldi is a local radio personality widely known throughout the Philadelphia region for his anchor role on The WIP Morning Show, where he covers all things Philly, including sports, entertainment, morning traffic and many other topics of interest to local radio audiences. A member of the Broadcast Pioneers Hall of Fame, Cataldi is also a Pulitzer Prize-nominated sports writer and co-author of “The Great Philadelphia Sports Debate.” 

August 6, 2018

Opinion

Angelo Cataldi: Is first-place Phillies manager Gabe Kapler crazy like a fox, or just plain crazy?

One hundred and eleven games into his rookie season as Phillies manager, Gabe Kapler has managed to confound just about every fan of the team, including me. Is he a visionary? Is he a kook? Can he be both?

July 23, 2018

Opinion

Cataldi: To win big, Phillies must be willing to risk big — and that means dealing prospects

John Middleton was sitting right across from me last year, offering some rare public insights into owning the Phillies, when I decided to take a calculated risk. I asked him on my WIP radio show how he felt about being called the next George Steinbrenner. His instant smile shocked me.

July 10, 2018

Opinion

Cataldi: Both Sixers and Flyers are struggling in free agency – and their GMs are to blame

In the month since Brett Brown temporarily took over the duties of Sixers GM, he has failed to accomplish the main goal of this off-season – to add a major free agent whose skills complement the two young superstars on the team, Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons.

July 9, 2018

Opinion

Similarities between Phillies and Super Bowl champion Eagles becoming impossible to ignore

It was late in another Phillies win, this one on a boiling Fourth of July at Citizens Bank Park, when a strange notion suddenly overcame me. Is this team a baseball version of the miracle Eagles?

June 25, 2018

Opinion

Cataldi: Rooting for the Sixers — like watching a Phillies game — has become a real chore

Since Joshua Harris took over as owner of the Sixers in 2011, the team has failed spectacularly at the subtle art of public relations, but nothing will ever rival what happened last Thursday night at the NBA draft. Even now, four days later, it’s hard to believe, isn’t it?

June 11, 2018

Opinion

Angelo Cataldi: The Eagles totally botched the White House visit

In the end, the Colangelo saga was, more than anything else, all about family. Bryan got the job because of his father, and he lost it because of his wife.

May 28, 2018

Opinion

Don't even bother getting excited to see Wentz return for Week 1

For Eagles fans, the most exhilarating moment since the championship parade four months ago happened last week, when video surfaced of Carson Wentz planting all of his weight on his surgically-repaired left knee and zipping a pass downfield.

May 21, 2018

Eagles

It's time for the Eagles to pay Doug Pederson — now

Chip Kelly made $32.5 million when he coached here – that’s no typo: $32.5 million. At the current rate, Pederson will be 80 years old before he reaches that figure.

April 30, 2018

Opinion

NFL Draft just the latest reminder that Philly > Dallas

NFL Draft just the latest reminder that Philly > Dallas

April 16, 2018

Opinion

'Process' may look like a success, but that doesn't mean Sixers' path should be copied

Sixty-seven years ago, I arrived in this world two weeks later than expected. It was the last time I have shown any patience.

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