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 […]
Here is today’s back cover of the Philadelphia Daily News, complete with Michael Vick’s season-ending interception.
I don’t know when the Cliff Lee-fest will stop on my end. While I contemplate such an issue, savor this cartoon from the New York Post.
I wanted to use this opportunity to post another pic regarding the great Cliff Lee. We will get to other news though. It took over half the season but Terrell Owens is starting to place blame in Cincinnati…Aaron Rodgers is selling more jerseys than Brett Favre these days…Kyle […]
The good vibes and funny pics continue to roll in because of the Cliff Lee signing. This pic might be my favorite.
Merry Cliffmas to all and to all a goodnight.
He. Is. Back. I am too happy. Seriously, I haven’t stopped smiling for the last hour.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]