Monthly Archives: February 2013

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Dom Brown: “Play me and if I don’t do well, trade me”

Dom Brown killed the baseball. #phillies — Philly Tailgater (@Mike_Dundon) February 27, 2013 Dom Brown said to the Phillies this Spring training words to the effect of, “Play me and see what I can do, or trade me.” I think the Phillies will keep him around to see what he can do. That being said, he’s hit 2 HR’s […]

Tigers muscle Phillies and rock Papelbon

Your browser does not support iframes. Cliff Lee talks about the Phils and having a healthy start to this year The Phillies didn’t look very good today at their home park in Clearwater this afternoon. The Detroit Tigers broke open a slim 1-0 lead by the Phillies in the 5th inning and rocked Jonathan Papelbon for 6 runs on 5 […]

Revere tweets favorite ice cream of the moment!

If you like ice cream get this kind so good!… — Ben Revere (@BenRevere9) February 22, 2013 It’s the way the twitter service was supposed to be used, to have fun and deliver short messages over the internet, for anyone who cares to read or see them. Ben Revere earns the top Phillies twitter spot for this reason, he gets it. […]

Remembering Greene’s No-Hitter in Montreal

Your browser does not support iframes. All eyes were on Tommy Greene as he snared a come back hit in the 9th inning to give him a No Hitter vs. the Montreal Expos on Thursday, May 23, 1991. The Phillies won this game 2-0 in Montreal behind the great pitching of Greene. It was only the 8th no-hitter in Phillies […]

Can Lee regain Phillies magic

Philadelphia Daily News Wednesday Back Page —… — Bob Vetrone Jr. (@BoopStats) February 20, 2013 This is the back page of the Philly Daily News today in Philadelphia, Cliff Lee is a rock, and he’s served the Phillies well most of the time. Last year though in 211 IP and 30 games started for the Phillies he turned in […]

Ben Revere is the Phillies twitterific!

Did a little shopping today not to much..… — Ben Revere (@BenRevere9) February 17, 2013 Ben Revere is new to the Phillies team this year, but he’s not new to Twitter. Ok, either you’re up with the latest technology or you’ve lived under a rock for a couple years and you’re wondering what ‘twitter’ even is. Twitter is a […]

#PhilliesTalk Podcast – Healthy Start to Spring 2013

Click on player to hear the show now The Phillies are back for Spring Training for yet another season. This year the players for the most part all appear healthy and ready to go for 2013. On this show, I am rejoined by renowned baseball talker, Jim Mulry, and he can’t wait until the games begin again, which will be […]

Ex-Met Jose Reyes now with Toronto changes look like his teams

Jarring photo w/o long hair RT @shidavidi Jose Reyes chatting with #BlueJays — Troy Renck (@TroyRenck) February 17, 2013 You’ve got to hand it to Jose Reyes, he rarely looks the same with each passing year, and this Spring Training season is no different. Reyes has been quoted in the press saying he didn’t think he would be traded […]

Rollins and Howard look to bring respect back to Philly

Ryan and Jimmy check out the rest of the squad at today’s workout. #ready2go… — Phillies (@Phillies) February 16, 2013 Great photo here of Jimmy Rollins and Ryan Howard from the Phillies on Twitter. These two can help the Phillies bring back the respect factor to other teams that may have written the Phillies off. It’s only a couple […]

Nationals get ‘antsy’ at flying fish at Spring Training

What can you say about Spring Training, after the initial announcement that the players have returned well it kind of gets a little boring. The stories start getting harder to write, and harder to find. Well it wasn’t that boring at the Washington Nationals Spring Training workout yesterday as an osprey just happened to drop by with a big fish […]

Halladay: I want to retire as a Phillie

Courtesy of @MLB twitter Roy Halladay doesn’t say too much to the media, but what he said today made a lot of people take notice. Halladay wants to stay with the Phillies for the rest of his career. It kind of makes you feel proud as a fan of the Phillies team and of Philadelphia doesn’t it? Many years ago, […]