Phillies Phever hits the webs

A look into what one baseball team’s recent success has done to the blogging world. How long will the craze last, even when the greatest run in franchise history comes to an end. Mike Meech missed blogging. He temporarily shut down his site, TheFightins.com, in November in 2010 and never really knew when he was … Continue reading Phillies Phever hits the webs

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Phils Could Have 84 Home Games

Todd Zolecki commented on an interesting blog post by The Fightins today that there is a very good chance the Phillies/Blue Jays series on June 25-27 would be played in Philadelphia instead of Toronto because of the G20 Summit. From Zo’s blog: Anyway … the Phillies playing 84 games would be kind of a big deal, … Continue reading Phils Could Have 84 Home Games

Lidge Needs Shot; Rollins Goes For Record

As was the hot concern over Brad Lidge’s lack of velocity heated up, Todd Zolecki found out the reason why: Lidge had inflammation on the outside of his elbow and received a cortisone shot. Physician Michael Ciccotti said he doesn’t require an MRI nor is there any structural damage: “Coming into Spring Training every year Brad has some lateral … Continue reading Lidge Needs Shot; Rollins Goes For Record

Friday Tweet-off

As some of you may know, I have become extremely addicted to Twitter. It’s such an excellent tool for breaking news and sports debating. So today I decided to ask five random Phillies fans a question on Twitter. There will be no character-limit as I said they could use multiple tweets. This will be something I … Continue reading Friday Tweet-off

Blog Stroll 10/27/09

I figured I haven’t done one of these in a long time so I might as well post some of the funnier things I read the past couple of days: The Fightins did a hilarious post titled “The Bandwagoners Guide to the 2009 Yankees.” In it they talk about some of the current and recently … Continue reading Blog Stroll 10/27/09