Kudos to TheFightins.com and CrashburnAlley.com for posting this awesome picture featuring the beard of Phillies rightfielder Jayson Werth discovered via the Twitter of Todd Zolecki.
[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=Philadelphia+Phillies&iid=6860103″ src=”6/4/a/8/The_Philadelphia_Phillies_cd02.JPG?adImageId=10394796&imageId=6860103″ width=”380″ height=”258″ /] We interrupt the NFL offseason to bring you this important message. The Phillies are in Clearwater, Florida and ready for business.
[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=Super+Bowl+XLIV&iid=7849183″ src=”f/5/6/4/Super_Bowl_XLIV_877a.jpg?adImageId=10133714&imageId=7849183″ width=”380″ height=”253″ /] So, Super Bowl XLIV is done. Now, what does an NFL fan do with their time? Don’t get me wrong, the NFL has plenty of issues that will draw attention during the offseason (combine, draft, CBA, annual Favre retirement, etc.). […]
Just like that he was gone and I don’t like it. I’m fully aware the Phillies grabbed the most dominant right handed pitcher of the decade in the majors but something just doesn’t seem right. It wasn’t supposed to end like this. The Phillies acquired Cliff Lee on […]
Bare with me through our latest voyage. Thanks to the Phils’ World Series loss, I’m in a bit of an ornery mood these days. My email box and Facebook account has been swamped with arrogant and cocksure emails from Yankee fans celebrating title 27. Most of which I […]
The Phillies season is over. Naturally, I’m in mourning as the Yankees laid their repeat chances to rest last night in a 7-3 victory in Game 6 of the World Series. It was a great 371 days to be on top of the mountain. Much like Randy Savage […]
Chase Utley extended the life of the Phils in Game 5 of the World Series with a pair of homers to help support Cliff Lee’s pitching effort. The scorn of some earlier in the playoffs due to a lack of hitting and fielding mistakes, Utley is putting one […]
We’re about two hours away from Game 5 of the World Series and the pain from last night’s loss still hasn’t subsided. This pic courtesy of the700level.com sums it up perfectly.
Words cannot express my disappointment over Game 4 of the World Series. Brad Lidge…ugh. That hurt.
Granted, it’s only one game but still…what a game it was. Cliff Lee dominated the Yankees in a 6-1 win. The most impressive part of his performance was the considerable ease in which he did it with. As illustrated in this picture from the700level.com, it was simply child’s […]