What's next for Vince Velasquez, and also the Flyers | Not Another Philly Sports Talk Show

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Columnists Mike Sielski (left) and David Murphy, hosts of the "Not Another Philly Sports Talk Show" podcast.

In the latest edition of Not Another Philly Sports Talk Show, David Murphy and Mike Sielski welcome Phillies beat writer Matt Breen to talk about why Vince Velasquez should stay in the rotation even if he has the stuff to be a closer. They also talk about some pleasant early-season surprises from Pete Mackanin's team.

Then, former Daily News Flyers beat writer Frank Seravalli, now a senior reporter with Canada's TSN, joins the show to discuss the Flyers' biggest flaws, and what life is like covering the Canadiens-Rangers series in hockey-mad Montreal. And Jonathan Tannenwald has a few questions about the teams still competing for the Stanley Cup, including the perennially choking Capitals.

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