Courtesy of Crossing Broad, this crafty bit of a photoshopping displays the Four Aces of the Philadelphia Phillies. A few notes…
It took the Phillies 19 innings to defeat the Cincinnati Reds 5-4 early Thursday morning. However, the big story became Phillies utilityman Wilson Valdez, who stepped in from second base to throw a scoreless top of the 19th to lead the Phils to victory.
Hopefully you’re not amongst the masses spending money on a commemorative coin for the Royal Wedding. Nonetheless, this week was marked by looming nuptials for a few athletes.
The real fun begins on Friday (weather permitting) for the Phillies and their potentially all-world pitching staff.
The laborious search for the best photo featuring all five Philadelphia Phillies starters is over.
Until the NFL Lockout ends, we will bring you random daily items in an effort to improve your life, raise general awareness, or to provide further distraction from such ominous terms as “collective bargaining agreement”, “federal mediator”, or “18-game season”. I figured I’d rejoin civilization to bring you […]
As I stare longingly at this photo, I’m reminded of one person…Green Bay Packers linebackers coach Kevin Greene.
Today’s Super Bowl Media Day seemed to be a rather ho-hum affair (with the notable exception of a reporter asking Hines Ward about a team trip to a Dallas strip club a night earlier). However, Steelers linebacker Brett Keisel’s spectacular beard highlighted Pittsburgh’s session.