After the St. Louis Cardinals salted away Game 6 of the World Series on Thursday night, Bill Belichick did what any good friend would; he showed support for his buddy Tony LaRussa. Belichick wore his LaRussa again on Friday prior to St. Louis defeating the Texas Rangers in […]
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.
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 […]
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.
We interrupt NFL chatter to bring you the single worst call of the sporting year. The Atlanta Braves defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-3 in 19 innings early Wednesday morning after home plate umpire Jerry Meals called Julio Lugo safe at home plate to end a contest that lasted […]
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.
What? You were expecting a picture of Derek Jeter right off the bat? Not so fast my friends. Something is wrong with my computer and I can’t seem to find any Jeter pictures. As a result, Minka Kelly, his significant other, will have to do.
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 […]