Now that the Eagles are 3 and 6 and playoff chances are slim to none, I’ve noticed a very different atmosphere in the locker room.
The Phillies have signed Jim Thome to a one-year deal. This is a good thing for so many reasons.
Everybody should really calm down about the Flyers.
So how great would it be to have the Winter Classic here in Philly? Nothing has been finalized, but published reports say it’s going to happen and it’s going to happen at Citizens Bank Park.
On the brink of elimination the Flyers come back to win four straight and beat the Bruins in seven games. Problem is the sequel is usually never as good as the original.
As the Flyers prepare for Game 2 against the Bruins in the Eastern Conference Semifinals, I’m still trying to wrap my head around what happened on Saturday.
Most baseball fans will remember the 2010 NLDS for the superb pitching of Roy Halladay and Cole Hamels. Cincinnati third baseman Scott Rolen, who had a miserable series, commented after Halladay’s great no-hitter that he wouldn’t have believed he would ever have been anxious to face Roy Oswalt.
I will always remember exactly where I was when I found out that the Eagles had signed Michael Vick. August 13th, 2009; in the car, on the way back from an Eagles pre-season game, on Columbus Boulevard.