I know there have been a countless number of articles on this topic, but today’s is for good reason. In honor of what would have been Roy Halladay’s 43rd birthday today, let’s stay positive. A man who passed away tragically on November 7, 2017 was a workhorse. His work ethic was beyond extraordinary, leading by […]Read more "Ranking Roy Halladay’s most memorable moments"
Springtime. The world melts from its icy slumber to bring forth new life. So too, is new life introduced to the academies. Talent evaluators line the facilities, mercilessly and meticulously jotting down whatever information they can. A process that would last a month’s time. Talent would be pulled from the vast pool and be assigned […]Read more "JT Realmuto: Captain of the Cosmos Chapter 2"
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"
With the Corona-virus postponing much of our beloved sports, it gives fans a chance to really sit back and think about where each team really is in the grand scope at a quest for a title. Before the virus cut short the NBA and NHL season, the Philadelphia Flyers were the surprise of the NHL […]Read more "Ranking the current Head Coaches in Philadelphia Sports"
The Phillies have been in existence since 1883. In that time, they have lost an astounding 11,000 games. No other team has more than 10,659 losses all time. The worst of that came from 1918-1948 when the Phillies had only 1 winning season (1932). They didn’t even win 80 games that season! Still, Phillies fans […]Read more "The one game fans wished the Phillies would’ve lost"
Last time out in this series, we covered the most underrated Phillies from 2013-2017. While, yes, we had to go back and remember some truly terrible years, we now move on to a much more successful period for the Phillies: 2012-2008. There’ll be so many good players that’ll be difficult to find ones that are […]Read more "Taking a look at the Phillies’ most underrated players from 2008-2012"
Although the MLB season has been delayed until further notice, the Phillies still have a ton of business to take care of. Chief among them should be extending (best) catcher (in baseball) J.T Realmuto. Last season, his first with the team, Realmuto captured his second-straight Silver Slugger award and first Gold Glove award. In addition […]Read more "Why the Phillies Should Resume Contract Talks with J.T Realmuto ASAP"
For the first time since the 19th century, there will be no professional baseball played in April. We are still currently deadlocked between pandemic season and baseball season. That doesn’t mean that there haven’t been discussions about what Major League Baseball will do when it returns. One of the more popular running ideas is that […]Read more "Phillies have an ace up their sleeve if MLB wants universal ‘DH’"
This morning, Aaron Nola spoke with ESPN between workouts with his Philadelphia Phillies teammates. As we have with a few of the Philadelphia Flyers players, Philly Sports Network wants to keep you updated on your favorite athletes. In his interview, Nola discussed how he is doing during COVID19, preparation for the 2020 MLB season, and […]Read more "Phillies Check-In: Aaron Nola"
One of the most exciting all-star events in all of sports, the Home Run Derby is one of the plainest displays of pure human strength around.The rules of engagement are simple, eight (usually behemoth) men compete in a batting practice-styled home run tournament to see which baseball goliath is able to crank out the most […]Read more "Who would win an all-Phillies Home Run Derby? Meet the contestants"