It was bad enough that the Eagles fell to the Dallas Cowboys at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday, 17-3. Now, here comes insult added to injury courtesy of one of Philadelphia’s brightest young athletes.
Cole Hamels debuted a new look last night in Philadelphia’s return to Citizens Bank Park prior to opening the Major League Baseball season on the road in Atlanta on Monday. His new mustache is causing a stir amongst Phillies faithful.
AshleyMadison.com, a website that gives people a chance to cheat on their spouses, recently released its list of the most adulterous cities in the United States. Philadelphia finished eighth, seven spots behind top-ranked Washington.
We’re not in the dark ages of Philadelphia sports yet. However, we’re on the Highway to Hell and doing about 120 in a 35 mile per hour zone.
Cliff Lee won his first game today since September 26, 2011. As an added bonus, the Phillies defeated the dreaded Mets 9-2 in a game that saw the Phils overcome a 2-0 deficit by scoring three runs in the last three innings.
As the Philadelphia Phillies’ 2012 season sinks further into the abyss, Cliff Lee’s winless streak is one of the team’s defining storylines. This version of the Phillies is sadly full of aging, highly paid players, who have either underachieved (Lee) or are injured (Roy Halladay, Ryan Howard, and […]
https://twitter.com/#!/MikeVick/status/189428079825920001 Eagles quarterback Michael Vick attended his first baseball game on Monday – albeit an awful one – in Philadelphia. Vick was in attendance for Philadelphia’s 6-2 loss to the Miami Marlins at Citizens Bank Park and expressed his concerns over the offensively-challenged Phillies on Twitter.
I wasn’t going to post this picture but after seeing the cover of today’s Philadelphia Daily News, at this point the wound is already open; might as keep dumping the salt in to add to the pain.
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 […]