Evan Macy

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Evan Macy is the managing sports editor at PhillyVoice.com. Before spending five years at Metro Philly as sports editor, Evan worked at ESPN in Bristol CT, and has experience at several other smaller publications on the Northeast coast. Career highlights for Evan, a Temple grad and Lancaster native include covering Super Bowl LII, the 2016 DNC, the 2017 NFL Draft and a bevy of playoff games and golf tournaments.


July 14, 2020


Eagles bringing back Jason Peters to start at right guard in 2020

Put me in coach, I'm ready to play.

July 13, 2020


What they're saying: Should we be optimistic or cynical about Phillies, upcoming baseball season?

Like everything else in life, the fast approaching 60-game baseball season can at times seem like an incredible gift, and others seem like an irresponsible waste of time.

July 11, 2020


Madden 21 reveals rookie ratings; how do Reagor, Hurts and other Eagles measure up?

Who knows how much Madden we'll be stuck playing if the 2021 NFL season does, indeed, get delayed or even cancelled?

July 10, 2020


Report: Phillies likely to let star catcher J.T. Realmuto test free agency

It was sort of implied Thursday when Phillies All-Star catcher J.T. Realmuto chatted with media members and did not want to comment on the state of his contract negotiations, but according to MLB.com's beat writer Todd Zolecki there appears to be no contract extension coming this season.

July 9, 2020


Fallout continues from DeSean Jackson's anti-Semitic post as other athletes weigh in

All I can say is "oy."

July 9, 2020


The J.T. Realmuto-Bryce Harper bromance is real, but will it keep the catcher in Philly?

The elephant in the room was let out early, as Phillies All-Star catcher J.T. Realmuto addressed the media for the first time since baseball shut down back in March.

July 8, 2020


Phillies centerfield job looks like it is up for grabs

A long, long time ago we took a look at the Phillies centerfield situation as we previewed each position on there squad prior to what everyone expected would be Opening Day back in late March.

July 7, 2020


Phillies will have no margin for error in shortened season

The schedules came out yesterday, and the Phillies, as expected have a brutal slate of 60 games this season.

July 6, 2020


Aaron Nola says he's healthy, will be ready for Opening Day with Phillies

The Phillies will have their ace on opening day.

July 6, 2020


5 things Phillies fans are (rightfully) worrying about heading into season

Baseball is back, but it doesn't feel like the return to normalcy that many were hoping it would.


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