Roy-Freshing: Oswalt K’s season-high 9 in win

Ryan Zimmerman punched the Phillies’ gut with a walk-off grand slam Friday night, but in typical Phillies fashion, they bounced back and took down the Nationals on, what I guess you could call ‘the road.’ It took until the fourth inning for a team to tally a run tonight’s game at Nationals Park, when Wilson … Continue reading Roy-Freshing: Oswalt K’s season-high 9 in win

Two Years of Silence

This is the symphony that will never be forgotten by Phillies fans. His voice may have been slow and deep, capable of putting some to sleep, but it was legendary. He was Philadelphia Phillies baseball. The summer soundtrack of leather-popping pitches and the reverberation of a packed baseball stadium was narrated by Harry Kalas. It’s … Continue reading Two Years of Silence

Phillies Take Opener in Spectacular Fashion

For seven innings, the Philadelphia Phillies showed no life. Brett Myers had his former team baffled with an efficient 85-pitch game, allowing only one earned run. In typical Phillies fashion, they made some late-inning noise. Roy Halladay looked as if he was in post-season for through the first few innings. His pitches were pin-point and … Continue reading Phillies Take Opener in Spectacular Fashion

Season Preview: NL West

San Francisco Giants Expectations: What else is there to say other than expectations are high for the former World Series Champions. The Giant’s 2010 playoff run was extremely similar to the Philadelphia Phillies 2008 World Series explosion. Both the Phillies and the Giants stampeded their competition, somewhat unexpectedly, and took home the hardware as the … Continue reading Season Preview: NL West