I wasn’t going to post this picture but after seeing the cover of today’s Philadelphia Daily News, at this point the wound is already open; might as keep dumping the salt in to add to the pain. Advertisements
Anyone who solely blames Ryan Howard for the Phillies losing the National League Division Series, accused him of faking an injury, or is happy to hear the of the news involving his ruptured Achilles’ tendon, please meet with me.
Tonight at 8:37, the Philadelphia Phillies begin Game 5 of the National League Division Series against the St. Louis Cardinals. Roy Halladay toes the mound for the Phils while Chris Carpenter, who before last Sunday won his last three starts over the Phillies by the combined score of […]
It’s only one game but how great was this homer by Ryan Howard? Mr. Lohse, you’ve been terminated. (Gif courtesy of Crashburn Alley)
Hunter Pence is a crazy cat. This pic is from last night’s NL East clincher versus the St. Louis Cardinals. It shows what happens when you leave baseball purgatory (Houston) and arrive on a contending team.
A day after CM Punk won the WWE title on Sunday night, he did what any other Chicago native would do following such an accomplishment; he took his talents to Wrigley Field. As luck would have it, so did the Phillies.
After receiving a standing ovation yesterday while turning in a lineup card, Roy Halladay returns to the mound at the Rogers Centre in Toronto – a place he called home for 12 seasons before the Phillies acquired him in a December 2009 trade. Philadelphia won the first battle of this […]
Raise your hand if you’re ready to overreact at the results of regular season baseball games in June! Clearly, I have both hands raised.
The Boston Red Sox visit the Phillies tonight in what is being proclaimed as a World Series preview. You know what that means…it’s time to work off this live blogger’s game rust. Return tonight at 7 for another journey in live-blogging, Red Sox at Phillies: Fool’s Gold.
Courtesy of Crossing Broad, this crafty bit of a photoshopping displays the Four Aces of the Philadelphia Phillies. A few notes…