Ring the Bell Podcast Episodes


Listen to current and past episodes of the “Ring the Bell” podcast hosted by Matt Veasey.

Listed in reverse chronological order with the original recorded date as well as the main topic(s) of each episode.

If you have an idea for a future episode, feel free to contact the podcast via @philliesbell on either Twitter or Facebook.

Also, if you are a fan with a opinion on the club who would like to appear as a guest in a future “Phillies Fan Friday” segment, contact Matt by sliding into this DM’s. (You will need access to Skype for the interview)




2019.12.26 – Episode 00011: Answering questions submitted to the mailbag by social media followers

2019.11.30Episode 00010: Decision time arrives for Phillies on Franco, Hernandez

2019.11.20Episode 00009: The 2020 Baseball Hall of Fame ballot includes six former Phillies

2019.11.14Episode 00008: Five Phillies have been named as the National League Most Valuable Player

2019.11.13Episode 00007: NL Cy Young Award has gone to a Phillies hurler seven times

2019.11.12Episode 00006: Two surprising Phillies skippers have won the NL Manager of the Year Award

2019.11.11Episode 00005: Philadelphia Phillies and the NL Rookie of the Year Award

2019.11.09Episode 00004: 2019 MLB Awards nominees

2019.11.08Episode 00003: Phillies in the 2020 free agent market

2019.11.07Episode 00002: Phillies current roster and payroll evaluation

2019.11.06Episode 00001: Introduction to the host and podcast

9 thoughts on “Ring the Bell Podcast Episodes”

  1. You mentioned that it’s disrespectful to not play KIngery at a single position. I think that’s just part of today’s game. Cody Bellinger is an MVP candidate and he played all over the field as well. Bellinger started 102 games in RF, 28 games at 1B and 21 games in CF. I’d be fine with Kingery being a flexible player for another year or two who can move around, play almost every day but do it at a few different positions throughout the year.


    1. One example, and not a very good one. Bellinger began the season as the Dodgers first baseman. Then they decided he was going to right field and not coming back to first. Then circumstances led them to bounce him back at times later in the year. As your breakdown shows, He played 130 games in the outfield and just 28 scattered at first base. He is now an outfielder who might occasionally play 1B in the future based on their needs. Won a Gold Glove and Silver Slugger as an outfielder.


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