By Bill Campbell Phillies Pitching: Before concentrating on the Eagles and becoming immersed in football, we should look back and attempt to understand how the Phillies’ pitching staff has eroded in such a short time. […]
The day after he was dismissed by the Phillies, Charlie Manuel was greeting fans and signing autographs at the Granite Run Mall.
I was watching the Phillies in the middle of last week and, for one of the few times this season, I felt a bit of encouragement for the future.
The question of whether the Phillies will be buyers or sellers in the trade market is no longer of major importance.
What a week it turned out to be.
We won’t be seeing the Phillies at home at Citizens Bank Park for another 10 days.
You’d be surprised how that quality stands out with even greater significance as the years keep rolling along.
By Bill Campbell The Eagles And The OTAs: The Eagles have had nearly full participation in their previous three sessions of organized team activities. However, those OTA’s were strictly voluntary. The final OTA which began […]
Call me from the “old school” but I am concerned about Chase Utley.
The storm was on the ground for about 20 miles on Monday, and at least 24 people have been killed, including seven children.
Movoto says they surveyed the 50 most populous cities across the nations and ranked them from one to 50 on ten different criterion.
The storm will brush the Delaware Valley with a period of rain changing to snow Wednesday night.
Sixers coach Doug Collins made a speech to his team a week or so ago that should be converted to writing and posted on bulletin boards in every professional locker room in the country.
A coastal low (okay, a Nor’easter) looks to be eyeing the East Coast, and it’s packing a variety of weather conditions.
The CBS3 weather team has been talking a lot this week about “Alberta Clippers.”