"...if they decided to sabotage your broadcast [or] your business, I don’t give a damn how much I like you."
"While specifics are not available, The Athletic reports that both Tom McCarthy and Scott Franzke received multi-year deals."
Network president Brian Monihan says there are active discussions to find a replacement for Hatcher on the team's pre and postgame shows.
McCarthy will be replaced by Scott Franzke, the longtime Phillies radio announcer. He will be joined by John Kruk in the NBC Sports Philadelphia booth.
Eagles quarterback and former ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski will fill one of the two vacant seats on the postgame show.
"I’m afraid that this would be my last broadcast."
Know who it is you want to talk to and have a few questions in mind.
"I have always said that this city has the best fans ever," said Johnson, "why not do the best show ever?"
“If you haven't worked here, if you haven't played here, if you haven't spent any time here, shut the hell up about here."
“I might’ve sort of either saved you or tipped it into your body,” said broadcast partner Ruben Amaro Jr.