As KYW began broadcasting “All News – All the Time”, the buzz around town was a new stadium for the Phillies and Eagles.
15 years ago this week as the Phillies moved out of Veterans Stadium and set up shop at the brand new, built for baseball playing field.
Some miss Veterans Stadium. That old edifice was a dump. But it had character, they say. It was the world’s largest rat hole, complete with the rats.
Fans in the upper deck at Citizens Bank Park have long complained that it ruined a clear view of the center city skyline.
The last time former Eagles defensive tackle Hollis Thomas broke a story, he revealed that Nnamdi Asomugha ate lunch in his car instead of with his teammates at the team practice facility.
The Army-Navy series is not only the most patriotic rivalry in sports, it’s turned into one of the most one-sided. Navy has won 10 straight.
Glen Macnow talks about his farewell to Veterans Stadium. Watch the video…
When Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band come to perform at Citizens Bank Park on September 3-4, they’ll become the first live act to perform in every possible major live venue in Philadelphia.
It doesn’t seem that long ago when opposing teams would fear coming to Philadelphia to face the Eagles, but that’s no longer the case.
Is the sign going away? No, it’s not — it’s just getting a facelift.
The Eagles have been lucky over the years to have had more than their fair share of great defensive ends. One of the best was Carl “Big Daddy” Hairston.