Natalie Egenolf


Natalie Egenolf is a radio and TV personality who has been a part of Philadelphia media for the past decade. She can be seen and heard on The Mike Missanelli Show from 2pm-6pm on 97.5 The Fanatic and NBC Sports Philadelphia. Originally from Northeast Philly, Natalie can be found out and about enjoying the city she loves. Follow Natalie on Twitter @natalieegenolf and Instagram

December 5, 2019


Natalie Egenolf: Eagles fans shouldn't be clouded by 'The Rocky Complex'

After a wretched 37-31 loss to the Miami Dolphins, the Eagles have officially reached the point of WTF in Philadelphia. 

November 22, 2019


Natalie Egenolf: Philly fans have lots to be thankful for...

With Thanksgiving one week away, it’s time to reflect on things we are thankful for in our lives. We spend an enormous amount of time discussing the negatives of Philadelphia sports but this is a perfect opportunity to express gratitude for the positives. Here are a few things we can all be thankful for this year.

November 7, 2019


Natalie Egenolf: Don't blame DeSean Jackson for his injury, blame the Eagles for not being prepared

The bye week is always the best time to assess the progress a team has made since the beginning of the season, and the Eagles are no different. 

October 25, 2019


Natalie Egenolf: Has the Eagles Super Bowl neutered Philadelphia sports fans?

My instinctual role as an optimist has fought this opinion for the last year and a half, but as we watch this football season spiral into a whole bunch of questions about injuries, locker room issues and questionable play calling by the head coach, I’m becoming more convinced the tide could be turning in Philadelphia.

October 18, 2019


Natalie Egenolf: Eagles-Cowboys rivalry doesn't have same juice it used to

The Eagles vs. Cowboys rivalry could be compared to the cheesesteak or the Liberty Bell. The rivalry has deep roots in the city of Philadelphia and has been nationally ranked to be the greatest NFL rivalry of all time. While the past is the past and there are numerous examples of the depth of the hatred in Philly, is the hate still as valid as it was say, even 15 years ago?

October 10, 2019


Natalie Egenolf: Can we actually trust Klentak, Phillies to get it right with their next manager?

After 11 days of deliberation, a decision has been made on the fate of the Phillies manager Gabe Kapler — fired, after a tumultuous two-year rollercoaster at the helm of an organization so desperate to appease their fan base that their owner seems to be making his decisions based, at least in part, on what they want. 

October 2, 2019


Natalie Egenolf: All aboard the Sixers hype train, and why this Philly sports art has us feeling good

We’re talking practice, as the Sixers hype train is now pulling out of the station and is moving full speed ahead toward the regular season.

September 25, 2019


Natalie Egenolf: The last time the Phillies made the playoffs...

The future seemed so bright in February yet, here we are again. In 2011 the Phillies finished first in the NL East and touted “The Four Aces” — Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee, Cole Hamels and Roy Oswalt (typing this sentence is making me depressed). A lot has changed since 2011 so let’s take a trip down memory lane to remember what life was like the last time the Phillies made the playoffs, shall we?

September 18, 2019


Natalie Egenolf: My day with the Phillies grounds crew

I signed up for the day in the life of a grounds crew member, but what I got was so much more, including a recalibrated perspective on life.

September 13, 2019


Natalie Egenolf: It shouldn't take a Mike Scott altercation with tailgaters to create change

Sunday is our day of refuge; it’s a day of celebration. We get together to celebrate the team that represents the City of Brotherly love and we need to represent that too.

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