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"
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"
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"
Lately, when channel surfing through the various sports networks that once brought such novelty and excitement to our lives, we receive a blast from the past as classic games of old fill our television screens. After a couple of throwback-game-filled weeks, I can’t help but think back to some of the big-time trades that helped […]Read more "Revisiting the Best Blockbuster Trades in Phillies History"
I think we can all agree that this Coronavirus Social Distancing thing sucks. The lack of any sports has me bored out of my mind and wife and I may have run out of things to talk about. Luckily I have Instagram and Twitter to keep my attention. On the bright side, my honey-do list […]Read more "A look into what life is like without Phillies baseball & the MLB"
It happens all the time. A random Phillies player pops from the recesses of our mind. We can’t always remember why. Most of the time it’s because of that player having a good season or a memorable moment. Let’s allow those players to spring forth from our brains and look at some of the more […]Read more "Who are the most underrated Phillies in recent memory?"
Let’s talk about life goals. Some people want to travel abroad and live in different cultures. Others find nirvana traveling all over to various music festivals, whatever the genre may be. For the sports fan, a life goal could be to witness their favorite team win a championship series or game live. For “The Baseball […]Read more "The Baseball Pilgrim: A Phillies Fan’s Voyage"
Last season was a mixed bag for the Phillies. After an eventful offseason in which they acquired an unprecedented three all-stars in one offseason- including superstar slugger and MLB cornerstone Bryce Harper- the Phillies began the season with incredibly high hopes. The Phillies, benefitting from the fruits of $403M worth of offseason investments, were surging […]Read more "Examining How the Phillies Can Stabilize Troublesome Bullpen"
It’s time to celebrate Phillies’ fans! MLB.com just released their updated top-30 prospect rankings for the NL East and with it a whole new list of Phillies’ prospects. Who’s at the top? Who are the biggest risers and fallers? Who’s new to the list and who’s gone? Let’s check it out. (for reference, I’ll be […]Read more "How do future Phillies fair in MLB Prospect rankings?"