Tag: Los Angeles Dodgers

The Final NFL Game Vin Scully Called Was A Pretty Famous One

The NFL does cool things every once in awhile. Prior to the start of the 2016 season, the NFL began posting historical games in full on You Tube, rather than ripping them off You Tube and doing zero with it.

Chooch Be Thy Name

[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=Carlos+Ruiz&iid=6821840″ src=”http://view2.picapp.com/pictures.photo/image/6821840/nlcs-game-philadelphia/nlcs-game-philadelphia.jpg?size=500&imageId=6821840″ width=”380″ height=”485″ /] At some point in the next 24 hours, salute Carlos Ruiz. With the Phillies down 9-2 in the eighth to the Dodgers, Ruiz capped a rally that culminated in the ninth inning with a walk-off, two-run hit. I’m guessing Jonathan […]

Two Minute Warning – Certified

As we stand days away from a potential Phillies-Yankees World Series and the biggest sports fan battle to hit the east coast in decades, it is time to issue a test. I’m declaring open season on all fraudulent fans; and as they say on the streets, let’s not […]

Once More With Feeling…

The Phillies slammed the Dodgers 10-4 to repeat as National League champions and get back to the World Series. Now, Philadelphia aims to become the first National League team since the ’75-’76 Reds to repeat as World Series champions. The Reds swept the Yankees in order to do so. […]

Mr. Choochtober.

While it stinks to be a Royals, Pirates or Nationals fans, at least you’ll have a good heart and a stress free fall. The Phillies tested the limits yet again tonight, winning Game 1 of the NLCS 8-6. Go Phils!