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 […]
Perhaps Big Ben will not allow his wedding video to end up on You Tube.
Here is a goodbye letter of sorts to Jayson Werth’s beard. It will be missed. However, missing Werth’s production with runners in scoring position? Not so much. That is an awfully large amount of bread/years to dish out to a 31-year-old, who had Chase Utley and Ryan Howard […]
Here is a summary of the injuries suffered by the Phillies set to a cover of REM’s Everbody Hurts.
[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=Chase+Utley&iid=8811700″ src=”http://view4.picapp.com/pictures.photo/image/8811700/mlb-brewers-phillies-may/mlb-brewers-phillies-may.jpg?size=500&imageId=8811700″ width=”380″ height=”253″ /] These are dangerous times for my beloved Philadelphia Phillies. Word trickled out from Cincinnati on Tuesday that Phillies second baseman Chase Utley will head to the 15-day DL along with third baseman Placido Polanco.
April is quite the month. It features the conclusion of the NCAA tournament, beginning of the NBA and NHL playoffs, the NFL Draft and of course, the start of another baseball season.
Instead, at points of the game, the Eagles could probably put Donovan McNabb, Brian Westbrook, Jeremy Maclin (or Kevin Curtis), DeSean Jackson and Vick on the field in a variety of formations. This is going to create a massive problem for opponents potentially.
However, this isn’t the NBA and they aren’t the ’87 Lakers, where everyone could conceivably touch the ball during a possession. As Miami will find out, it will have high and lows. Ultimately though, the wildcat will not determine whether the Eagles can finally get over the hump.
Yesterday in “Sixburgh”, the Steelers celebrated its sixth Vince Lombardi trophy with a parade featuring thousands of fans on hand. It takes me back to the definitive championship parade moment of 2008. Don’t believe me? Just ask Phillies second baseman Chase Utley…NSFW, obviously.