Monday, November 30, 2015

Chat Phillies with Rich Hofmann

Rich Hofmann will chat live for the Hot Button about his column today and other Phillies issues from 11 a.m. to noon.

Chat Phillies with Rich Hofmann

Joe Blanton allowed five runs, three earned, in seven innings in last night´s 5-1 loss to the Cardinals. (AP Photo / Jeff Roberson)
Joe Blanton allowed five runs, three earned, in seven innings in last night's 5-1 loss to the Cardinals. (AP Photo / Jeff Roberson)

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Rich Hofmann arrived at the Daily News in 1980 for a job whose status was officially designated as "full-time, temporary." A senior at Penn at the time, he was hired to fill in on the copy desk during a staff illness. The notion of him covering the Eagles or being a columnist did not exist in anyone's imagination. It was supposed to be six weeks and out, but he never left. It is only one of the reasons why so many people have concerns about him as a potential house guest. Rich has blogged the postseasons of the Flyers and Eagles. E-mail Rich at

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