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It hasn’t been all good news for the Phillies during Spring Training.
Darin Ruf is a man without a position for the 2014 Philadelphia Phillies.
For a fifth straight season, the Cabrini College men’s basketball team is headed to the Division III NCAA Tournament.
Tyrone Garland led La Salle with 16 points, Duren had 13, and Sam Mills 12.
Darrun Hilliard scored 19 points and No. 6 Villanova clinched the outright Big East championship for the first time in 32 years by holding off undermanned Xavier 77-70 on Thursday night.
KYW Newsradio’s Greg Orlandini and Philly Soccer Page writer Eli Pearlman-Storch talk all things Union as the team heads west to start the 2014 MLS campaign on Saturday night.
A study from Emory University revealed the fans in NFL cities that were most receptive, and the fans in cities that were least receptive to Sam’s announcement that he is gay.
The Sixers have lost 15 straight games, with 21 to play. There are only two players, that are for sure, solid NBA players. The rest of the roster is made up of guys named Henry Sims and (GASP!) Byron Mullens. So it’s a fair question that many have asked; could the Sixers lose the rest of their games?
The 2013-14 season has already been an incredible ride for the Division III Haverford College women’s basketball team. And there is still more to come.
It took a few months, but the Sixers are as bad as we all expected them to be. With the second-worst record in the league, and closing in on the worst, the Sixers are last in the NBA in net efficiency, point differential, turnover rate, and more. They’ve lost 15 straight games, and there is no end in sight.
The Eagles are either very close, or not close at all, to finding a way to part with wide receiver DeSean Jackson before next season, depending on who you talk to.
The Eagles have reportedly decided not to bring Michael Vick back in any capacity in 2014. That would likely suit Vick just fine, as he has expressed his desire to start, and Nick Foles has a firm grip on that spot in Philadelphia. Vick is one of the top free agent quarterbacks available in the NFL this year, and at least one star player wants him on his team.
Cole Hamels said he wasn’t worried about his recovery from biceps tendonitis. As recently as Monday, Hamels said his plan was to return within the first couple of weeks of the season. That timeline might be changing.
It’s been well-reported that Phillies pitcher Miguel Alfredo-Gonzalez has started slowly during Spring Training. Though his velocity has increased, it still seems like he’s rusty, and working his way back. That process might take a while.