Bill Campbell discusses St. Joe’s baseball, the Phillies, and the Eagles.
A crowd of 41,959 was on its feet as native son, Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels took the field, giving his a long standing ovation that Trout later said gave him “chills.”
There are new rules in baseball this year that threaten to take some of the excitement out of the game. The expanded replay rules allow a manager to exit the dugout and walk to the umpire and ask for a replay if a disputed call occurs. It’s all very civilized.
Darren Sproles looks to be a valuable weapon in Chip Kelly’s arsenal come September.
Hold the phone on Cole Hamels.
The newspapers have carried a lot of baseball news lately which has been surprising, at least for me.
I’ve always believed that the most important feature of the Super Bowl was the football game itself.
The Eagles, Flyers and Villanova have been on fire as of late.
Who would have predicted 54-11, Eagles, at the start of that game last Sunday?
If 203 victories, 2 Cy Young Awards and over 2,000 strike-outs aren’t enough for entrance into the Hall of Fame, I’m not sure what is.
I don’t ever like to see the Eagles lose. I hope they win every game they play from now until the end of time.
Each team has a new head coach and those fellows are seeing some improvements in their teams’ “blind spots”.
After a stumbling start, the first encouraging news of the hockey season came the Flyers’ way.
He joined 6 other NFL quarterbacks who have thrown 7 touchdown passes in a game, becoming the second Eagle to do it.
It was a memorable weekend in football, both on the college and professional scenes.