Tag: NLCS

Juan Uribe & The Morning After

I spent eight hours in a car driving from Brockport, New York on Saturday night with zero chance of being able to watch Game 6 of the National League Championship Series between the Giants and Phillies. Thus, my only viable option was listening to the Phillies radio call […]

Jayson Werth For President

The real MVP of the Phillies’ 4-2 Game 5 win was Ryan Madson, who struck out Buster Posey, Pat Burrell, and Cody Ross in order during a pivotal bottom of the 8th inning stretch. However, the Phillies gave closer Brad Lidge some breathing room thanks to a long […]

Live Blog: NLCS Game 2 – Giants/Phillies: In Play, Run(s)

[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=NLCS&iid=9955308″ src=”http://view2.picapp.com/pictures.photo/image/9955308/phillies-fans-react-giants/phillies-fans-react-giants.jpg?size=500&imageId=9955308″ width=”380″ height=”291″ /] You are witnessing a first for Joe Montana’s Right Arm. This will be the first non-NFL live blogging event. Why? Well, it’s not time for the Phillies and their fans to hit panic button but it’s a few doors down […]

You’re Up Halladay.

[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=Roy+Halladay&iid=9927167″ src=”http://view1.picapp.com/pictures.photo/image/9927167/phillies-starting-pitcher/phillies-starting-pitcher.jpg?size=500&imageId=9927167″ width=”380″ height=”521″ /] Tonight marks the start of the NLCS between the Giants and Phillies. It should be a good/anxiety filled series. I’m just hoping we avoid a Texas Rangers meltdown. Phillies in 6.

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. […]

Young James.

[picapp src=”4/7/0/d/6f.JPG?adImageId=6225425&imageId=2336387″ width=”234″ height=”357″ /] Jimmy Rollins became just the third player in MLB postseason history to get a game-winning extra base hit with two outs. The Phillies are one game away from back to back World Series. However, the last win is always the toughest. Go Phils!!!

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!