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Jay Floyd appears on The Good Phight's Hittin' Season Podcast

This week I made my long awaited (by me only, I'd bet) to the Hittin' Season Podcast hosted by John Stolnis. The show's home is over on, of course, and I've contributed to the show plenty of times, appearing as a guest and contributing exclusive interviews to the program.

The latest episode features John recapping the Phillies' series against the Tigers and a preview of the series to come against the division rival Braves. He also talks about what to expect as the MLB trading deadline approaches. Then I join John to discuss several promising Phils prospects such as Alec Bohm, Mickey Moniak, Bryson Stott, Spencer Howard, Adonis Medina, Francisco Morales and others.

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