As Training camp draws near, the Eagles are in a situation that hindered them last year due to injuries. The team has taken a new focus when it comes to depth and they’ve done pretty well in making sure they’re stacked in their most important positions. In a perfect world the Eagles can keep all […]Read more "5 Eagles who could be on the outside looking in ahead of Training Camp"
Before the beginning of this Major League Baseball season, the Philadelphia Phillies silently extended contracts for General Manager Matt Klentak and Team President Andy MacPhail. MacPhail signed an extension back in 2017 that runs through 2021, which went unannounced. In March, Klentak signed his extension that runs through 2022, which was kept quiet. The Phillies […]Read more "Breaking down the Phillies subtle front office extensions"
You could make a shorter list out of the things that went right when you talk about the Philadelphia Phillies hosting the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday, July 15th. The Phillies lost 16-2 to the Dodgers after coming off of a series that was blown against the Washington Nationals a couple of days earlier. It […]Read more "It’s getting ugly for the Phillies At Citizens Bank Park"
Generally, when video game announcements hit the newsstands, it registers as hardly more than a blip in the sporting world. Madden rankings have become the exception. Ten years ago it was unheard of for professional sports players to comment on their virtual avatars and their skill sets, but now, the production spans from the rookies […]Read more "Eagles Madden Ratings: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly"
On this week’s episode of Pod Street Bullies, the guys touch on the blueline and predict the pairings at the NHL level. They talk AHL defenseman and touch on the recent blueline signings as well. They answer your Twitter questions and give you their weekly “Wait, What!?” segment also. This podcast and previous episodes can […]Read more "LISTEN: Pod Street Bullies (A Flyers Podcast): Offseason Doldrums Pt. 2"
With a little under two weeks between now and the start of training camp, the Eagles will be one person lighter along the offensive line. Tyreek Burwell, who signed with the Eagles in January, announced his retirement via Instagram. The 27-year old spent three years at the NFL and saw regular season action for the […]Read more "Eagles offensive lineman announces retirement on Instagram"
In a move that has been anticipated all offseason long, the Sixers officially retain the services of 2016’s number one overall pick, Ben Simmons. The Aussie was heading into the final year of his rookie deal and the Sixers saw no need to let him play out that season and run the risk of losing […]Read more "Report: Ben Simmons agrees to five-year max contract extension with Sixers"
Paul Holmgren has stepped down from the role of Philadelphia Flyers Team President to take on the role of Senior Advisor to Dave Scott and Chuck Fletcher. This makes Holmgren the only person in Flyers history to be a player, assistant coach, head coach, general manager, and president in the organization. Now, answering to Fletcher […]Read more "Reliving the past to understand the new Flyers front office direction"
Okay, as of July 11th, 2019, it is time for the Brooklyn Nets, the Boston Celtics, the Indiana Pacers, the Toronto Raptors, and the Milwaukee Bucks to circle every date that they play the Philadelphia 76ers. On this day, James Ennis III discussed why he chose to sign back with the Sixers. “The East is […]Read more "James Ennis III has called the Sixers shot but will he avoid ‘comment karma’?"
Some teams can get away with pitching that is just okay and bats that are above average. The Philadelphia Phillies are currently a far cry from being a team with good pitching. Aaron Nola, to his credit, has looked better on the mound lately but hasn’t seemed true to his own form. Another player, who […]Read more "Is Phillies pitcher Jake Arrieta on the hot seat?"