Crossing Broadcast: Andy Greenwald of


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Welcome to the Crossing Broadcast: CB and Philly Sports Daily's weekly podcast, brought to you by Drinker's Philadelphia. Myself and Jim McCormick, Phillies beat writer for PSD, are the weekly hosts interviewing athletes, writers, and other local and national personalities. 

Today, pop culture writer and Philly native Andy Greenwald joins usAndy is a giant Phillies fan who has written for Spin, The Washington Post, Entertainment Weekly, and many, many other national publications. He's also the author of Nothing Feels Good: Punk Rock, Teenagers, and Emo and Miss Misery: A Novel. Currently, he writes for Bill Simmons' new site, He contributes heavily to the its pop culture blog, Hollywood Prospectus.


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Andy Greenwald


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  1. I’m really enjoying the skill involved with playing futbol at a high level. Perhaps only in baseball will you see such advanced skills on display (I’d argue basketball, football, and hockey are more athleticism based, relatively speaking). Maybe this is because I’m a newbie… but I was really impressed with the inhuman coordination I saw in the Real Madrid match last night, and I look forward to seeing them play on Saturday.

  2. The Phillies just traded for Hunter Pence. They will send Jarred Cosart, Jonathan Singleton, Josh Zeid, and one other player (not Domonic Brown or Vance Worley) to Houston in exchange for Pence. Apparently, Ed Wade flinched: he also sent the Phillies money. No, really, he did. According to multiple reports, it will allow the Phillies to stay under the luxury tax.

  3. What a Friday, folks. That sound you hear is Ruben Amaro and Howie Roseman pouring champagne on each other in gleeful – yet somewhat disturbing – euphoria.
    We’ll have more when the other player is announced. For now, go celebrate.

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