Matt Mullin

Matt Mullin

Matt Mullin is a Sports Reporter/Web Producer for PhillyVoice.com. Matt spent five-plus years at Philly.com, first as a Producer, and ultimately as Sports Editor, after graduating from the University of Miami. A native Philadelphian, Matt has covered events that range from the serious (the U.S Open) to the absurd and uniquely Philly (Wing Bowl), and everything in between. 

mullin@phillyvoice.com

April 24, 2019

Phillies

MLB Power Rankings Roundup: Phillies hanging tough despite worst week of season

Since our last look at the MLB Power Rankings landscape, the Phillies have been in a bit of a free fall, losing five of their last six games — not to mention the growing list of Phillies finding their way to the injured list. After a 5-1 start to the season, the Phillies are now just 12-11 overall and will look to avoid falling to .500 — and being swept — for the first time this season when they face Mets on Wednesday night. 

April 20, 2019

Phillies

Phillies lose Andrew McCutchen, Scott Kingery as injury bug continues to bite

Phillies lose Andrew McCutchen, Scott Kingery as injury bug continues to bite

April 17, 2019

Phillies

Phillies reportedly interested in trading for Rangers starter Mike Minor

The Phillies could use some pitching help, especially in the starting rotation — the team pretty much made that clear earlier on Wednesday when they optioned Nick Pivetta to the minors and added Jerad Eickhoff to their rotation. 

April 17, 2019

Phillies

MLB Power Rankings Roundup: Phillies' slide continues after another mediocre week

The last time we checked in with a MLB Power Rankings Roundup, the Phillies were just coming off a 3-3 week following their 4-0 start to the season. And after another week of baseball, the Phillies have again gone 3-3, but are hoping to improve to 4-3 on the week (and 11-6 on the season) by taking two of three from the Mets and their spot atop the NL East.

April 16, 2019

Eagles

What they're saying: No reason to panic over Wentz's still-injured back

On Monday, the members of the Philadelphia Eagles descended upon the NovaCare Complex at Broad and Pattison for the first time since their season came to an end back in January. It was like, "the first day of school," as quarterback Carson Wentz pointed out.

April 15, 2019

Eagles

Backup QB Nate Sudfeld signs second-round tender with Eagles

Earlier this offseason, the Eagles placed a second-round tender on restricted free-agent quarterback Nate Sudfeld, who is now expected to take over for Nick Foles as the team's backup quarterback. On Monday, the day the Eagles are set to open their first round of offseason workouts, Sudfeld has reportedly signed his tender for the 2019 season, according to ProFootballTalk.

April 15, 2019

Flyers

Flyers hire former Rangers coach Alain Vigneault as next head coach

The Philadelphia Flyers' search for their next head coach is over. The team announced on Monday that Alain Vigneault, formerly of the Rangers, Canucks and Canadiens, will take over for interim coach Scott Gordon, who had been filling in for Dave Hakstol after he was let go earlier this season. 

April 15, 2019

Eagles

Eagles center Jason Kelce played through quite a bit of pain last season

How good is Eagles center Jason Kelce? Well, the veteran offensive lineman has long been regarded as one of the best centers in the NFL, but what he did in 2018 might be his most impressive feat yet.

April 14, 2019

Sixers

What they're saying: What went wrong for Sixers in Game 1 and how concerning is Embiid's health?

The Sixers' Game 1 loss to the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday was a perfect example of Murphy's Law — what can go wrong, will — as Philly was forced to play with a less-than-100-percent Joel Embiid and struggled shooting, passing, and basically everywhere else on the court.

April 11, 2019

Sixers

Kings targeting Sixers' top assistant Monty Williams after firing head coach Dave Joerger

The NBA's regular season just ended on Wednesday night, and the Sixers have already lost one assistant coach (Billy Lange) and could be on the verge of losing another, according to multiple reports. 

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