The other day, PSN’s head honcho, Liam Jenkins, wrote about how he thought the Flyers’ new Reverse Retro Jersey’s were gorgeous. I respectfully disagree. After seeing them unveiled, my reaction was a simple, MEH! Good, but not great. If you haven’t had a chance to see the design here you go: Let me start by […]Read more "Thoughts on the Flyers’ New Reverse Retro Jersey"
Jon Heyman reported on Twitter today that the Tampa Bay Rays had declined to pick up the option on Charlie Morton, making him a free agent. Morton turns 37 in two weeks. During this shortened season he went 2-2 with a 4.74 ERA. He started nine games and pitched 38 innings. That’s an average of […]Read more "Would reuniting with Charlie Morton improve the Phillies bullpen?"
As the 2020 playoffs continue with the Championship Series’, we are forced to watch the Braves continue to shine in the post season. Along with reports coming out that the Phillies are not optimistic about re-signing J.T. Realmuto, it’s tough to be a Phillies fan right now The silver linings for this disastrous season are […]Read more "Alec Bohm Named Finalist for MLBPA Outstanding Rookie of the Year."
I have been one of Klentak’s critics and wrote back before COVID that the Phillies were playing a dangerous game with Realmuto’s contract. The Phillies should have signed Realmuto this should never have been allowed to go to arbitration. I stated that I lacked confidence in Klentak and his ability to get a deal done. […]Read more "Klentak’s Statement on the Realmuto/Sanchez trade gives fans little confidence"
There is a bond between those who serve in the armed forces. An unspeakable bond. Throw in combat deployments and you find that some veterans become closer to their brothers & sisters in arms than their own families. It makes sense when you think of it, these brave men and women shared a period of […]Read more "Healing through Hockey: The Flyers and Warriors are setting the bar to help disabled Veterans"
Brad Marsh and the Flyers Alumni have announced episode two of Flyers Decades. If you missed the first episode, members of one of the greatest Flyers teams talked about their run to the Stanley Cup Finals and taking, possibly the greatest team, to the brink of game seven. It was a wonderful night for fans, […]Read more "Flyers Decades Episode Two: The Stanley Cup Champions"
Baseball is coming. Well, at least there is some positive news during this COVID-19 pandemic. The MLB Owners approved of a plan to start moving towards a July start to the season. According to ESPN’s Jeff Passan and the Associated Press, the owners have approved a proposal to send to the Players Union. MLB is […]Read more "Baseball is coming? Owners to send Proposal to Players Union"
Flyers Alumni and President Brad Marsh put on a successful event Thursday night as they celebrated the 1986-87 Wales Conference champion Philadelphia Flyers. “Flyers Decades” was a live streamed Zoom chat on the Flyers Alunni YouTube Channel. Former Flyers as well as one NHL Hall of Famer Mark Messier, told stories leading up to and […]Read more "Instant Analysis: Flyers Alumni’s “Flyers Decades” is a Hit!"
As we look to fill the void left by the NHL suspending action, Flyers Alumni President, Brad Marsh, has been working to give some aspect of hockey to the fans. Introducing “Flyers Decades,” a virtual roundtable look at the great moments in the history of Flyers Hockey: The concept is a simple one that Marsh […]Read more "How you can be part of a virtual roundtable with Flyers legends"
We have not had hockey in a full month. Back on March 12th, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman suspended the NHL season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. On Monday he spoke to CNN’s Anderson Cooper in reference to the suspended 2019-2020 season and the possibility of getting hockey back. “We’re exploring and want to be prepared […]Read more "Bettman: NHL is looking at all options to finish season"