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Phillie Phanatic Shoots Baseball Fan In the Eye With Hot Dog
Kathy McVay plans to attend a future Phillies game -- but only if she can sit in the nosebleed section.
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Former Philadelphia Phillies All Star Catcher Darren Daulton Dead At 55
He was a key member of the Phillies team that reached the 1993 World Series.
(Photo Credit: Mike Dill)
Mickey Moniak Begins Shaping The Phillies' Future
Moniak began drawing national attention for his efforts in the 2015 WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup.
Tissue, Please: Career Minor Leaguer Learns He's Now A Major Leaguer
"Dream come true."
Red Ice TV
You're Out! Phillies' Ballpark Nuts Vendor Fired For White Nationalist Views
Emily Youcis says "saving the White Race from extinction" is more important than her job.
Who You Gonna Call?
2014 L'Oreal Paris Women of Worth National Honoree, CoFounder ...
Think of it like this. You have friends who know how to jump a car and friends who do not. Those who know, can use the right
Chillest Dad Ever Catches Baseball One-Handed While Holding Daughter
Put him in the outfield!
A Husband Protected His Wife From A Foul Ball And Got The Cutest Hug
Why I Still Love Philly Sports
Steve Alten is the NY Times and international best-selling aut...
It hasn't all been bad; in fact, we've had some great runs. I was a teen when the Broad Street Bullies won two Stanley Cups in a row and were the only NHL team to beat the Soviet Union.
Most and Least Expensive Stadiums for MLB Fans to Watch a Baseball Game
Personal Finance Made Easy
$63.71 Tropicana Field Toronto Blue Jays tickets are pricey, and so are beer, hot dogs and parking at Rogers Centre. One
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Why Chase Utley Was Philly's Favorite (and he Should be Your Favorite, Too)
There have been a lot of likable Philadelphia Phillies over the past 10 years. Jimmy Rollins. Ryan Howard. Carlos "Chooch" Ruiz. Cole Hamels. Shane Victorino, the "Flyin' Hawaiian". Jayson Werth. Aaron Rowand. Brad Lidge. Roy Halladay. Cliff Lee. None were as beloved as Chase Utley.
Phillies Might be Wise to Keep Cole Hamels
Cole Hamels is the most valuable asset in this season's trade deadline, and the Phillies would be smart to remember that. Any deal involving him should be one that sets the Phillies up for years. Anything short of that, and they might as well just keep him.
This Woman Is Going To Every MLB Ballpark, Carrying Out Her Mother's Unfinished Dream
"We never missed a Harry Caray rendition of 'Take Me Out to the Ballgame' and even made our way one summer to the Windy City
Sen. Ron Johnson Will Be Stunned to Find Out Who's Behind 'The Lego Movie' Conspiracy
A former Wall Street veteran turned reporter. Not afraid to as...
Sen. Ron Johnson has been attacking Hollywood liberals for the supposed anti-business propaganda of
The Lego Movie
. But co-producers John Powers Middleton and Dan Lin, it would seem, make an odd pair to lead the revolution against the business class.
Phillies General Manager Ruben Amaro Jr. Says Fans 'Don't Understand The Game'
'We can't do what's best for the fan.'
Meanest Phillies Fan Ever Steals Home Run Ball From Cute Older Lady
Nice move, ya big bully.
Bad Sports: Why a Comcast/Time Warner Cable Merger Would Hurt Fans
Attorney and Advocate
Comcast and Time Warner Cable want the American People's permission to merge. The only answer for federal, state and local governments and regulators is to make a goal-line stand for sports fans and say no.
Kim, Cosby and Kim: 2014's Greatest Fails
Award-winning TV writer, Author and Such
While the prospect of patching up the road ahead may be bumpy, especially when you trudge through the potholes of 2014, some past wisdom may help us along the way.
Jimmy Rollins' Philadelphia Phillies Legacy: A Promise Kept
Jimmy preached expecting the best at a time when Philadelphians were instinctively expecting the worst. More than any other player, Rollins changed the culture, not just in the clubhouse, but in the city itself.
I Went to My First Major League Game 50 Years Ago -- And All Hell Broke Loose
Professor, Journalism, Indiana University-Indianapolis
I was 6 years old when I went to my first Major League game on October 2, 1964. The Philadelphia Phillies beat the Cincinnati Reds, 4-3, at Crosley Field in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Jonathan Papelbon Flips Out After Getting Ejected Over 'Crotch Grab'
"The whole thing started because the fans booed him and he made an obscene gesture," West said after the game, via The Boston
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