I can only hope that whatever team is left standing with the Vince Lombardi Trophy after Super Bowl 50, has at least one person that carries themselves the way Jonny Gomes did today. The Kansas City Royals celebrated their World Series victory during a parade for their hometown […]
During a segment on FOX’s NFL pregame show, Alex Rodriguez made an appearance to hype his work with the network on its MLB playoff coverage. A-Rod discussed his connection to the University of Miami and his desire to play quarterback at one point in his life.
As I ran down the streets of random Philadelphia neighborhoods shaking hands and high-fiving strangers on the night of October 29, 2008, the ominous and torturous past of Philadelphia Phillies was not at the forefront of my mind. Instead, as the Phillies completed their first World Series win […]
The New England Patriots were a part of the opening day festivities for the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park. Flanked by Patriots owner Robert Kraft, team president Jonathan Kraft, Bill Belichick and their four Vince Lombardi trophies, Tom Brady threw out the first pitch prior to Boston’s […]
Cole Hamels debuted a new look last night in Philadelphia’s return to Citizens Bank Park prior to opening the Major League Baseball season on the road in Atlanta on Monday. His new mustache is causing a stir amongst Phillies faithful.
The Baltimore Ravens will become the first Super Bowl champion to open on the road in a decade after Major League Baseball and the NFL failed to reach a compromise over overlapping games between Charm City’s two professional sports teams. Expected to open up at home on Thursday, […]
https://twitter.com/#!/MikeVick/status/189428079825920001 Eagles quarterback Michael Vick attended his first baseball game on Monday – albeit an awful one – in Philadelphia. Vick was in attendance for Philadelphia’s 6-2 loss to the Miami Marlins at Citizens Bank Park and expressed his concerns over the offensively-challenged Phillies on Twitter.
Twenty five years ago today, the ball rolled “behind the bag” and Boston Red Sox first baseman Bill Buckner became a symbolic figure for big game futility. Even causal baseball fans, have probably seen the play on countless occasions times and heard Vin Scully’s epic description of New […]
“Gunman had more hits than A-Rod.” Don’t know what is worse; that A-Rod rip or that the New York Post seems to use this as an opportunity to subtly praise the power of the interlocking NY.
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.