Rollins Does It His Way

It’s the kind of game that won Jimmy Rollins an MVP a few years ago. It’s also the kind of game the Phillies expect from their short stop every time when they put him in the lead-off slot. Rollins fell just a double shy of the cycle as he led the Phillies to an 8-2 … Continue reading Rollins Does It His Way


Phils Take Over Wild Card

The Phillies haven’t had a hold of a playoff spot since May. They finally do now after the offense erupted on the Giants bull pen to help secure a win and take sole posession of the wild card spot with a 9-3 victory. Roy Oswalt was very good in his fourth start as a Phillie. … Continue reading Phils Take Over Wild Card

Series Preview: Giants

PHI: 66-51, 2nd in NL East. SFG: 67-52, 2nd in NL West. Where: Citizens Bank Park (Philly, PA) Discussion: Liberty Bell Sports Probable Pitchers Tue: Barry Zito (8-6, 3.44) vs. Roy Oswalt (7-13, 3.34) Wed: Matt Cain (9-9, 3.11) vs. Joe Blanton (4-6, 5.69) Thu: Jonathan Sanchez (8-8, 3.60) vs. Cole Hamels (7-9, 3.33) Broadcast … Continue reading Series Preview: Giants

10 Things Wrong With the New York Mets

It’s all your fault, Andy Martino. The once Phillies beat writer for the Philadelphia Inquirer has turned into Benedict Arnold as a New York Post writer covering the Mets. One of his more recent columns hates on the Phightins for their, “swagger, arrogance, and condescension toward opponents.” What’s wrong with knowing your team has the … Continue reading 10 Things Wrong With the New York Mets

Sweeney Sparks Rally

Mark Sweeney was all smiles today knowing he was making his first start as a Philadelphia Phillie. The fans were all smiles too when his two-hit eighth inning sparked a come back win over the hated Mets, 7-5. Joe Blanton had his best start of the season, a seven-inning, two-run effort. Blanton allowed seven hits … Continue reading Sweeney Sparks Rally

2010 Isn’t That Bad

By Dan MacNeal 2010 started with a lot of promise, coming off back-to-back World Series appearances and one championship.  Hopes were high for the 2010 Phillies, but halfway through the year, the team has struggled. They are currently sitting in third place and 5 games behind the hated Atlanta Braves.  Missing Chase Utley, Jimmy Rollins, and … Continue reading 2010 Isn’t That Bad

GM for the Day

By Dan MacNeal If I woke up tomorrow morning as Ruben Amaro, Jr. and GM of the Phillies I’d have a list of what I could do to help the Phillies in one day.   First, if I was Amaro, I’d be going to President David Montgomery’s office (probably find him sleeping, nestled with his World Series ring) and … Continue reading GM for the Day

Phils Have No Interest in Burrell

A day after the Phillies were searching for a bat and after another team got rid of “The Bat,” the Phillies expressed that they have no interest in bringing back Pat Burrell at this moment blogged Todd Zolecki. Ruben Amaro, Jr. summed it up, stating the obvious reason as to why any sensible person wouldn’t want him … Continue reading Phils Have No Interest in Burrell

Burrell Still Misses Us

I saw this on the and had to talk about it here. Pat Burrell, who endured nine years of Phillies baseball, still misses us. He talked about the fans the Phillies have and then talked about the Rays fans it seemed evident who he prefered. “I don’t know if there is any way of saying this … Continue reading Burrell Still Misses Us

Offseason 1/13/10

A few interesting things happened today. First let’s focus on the positive. Todd Zolecki named Jimmy Rollins his “Player of the Decade” today, and deservedly so. Of the logical choices, he was the only player to play for the Phillies all 10 years (was a rookie in 2000) and was one of two to win a NL MVP (2007). He led … Continue reading Offseason 1/13/10