1. Philadelphia Eagles Make Great Move, Re-Sign LB Tracy White

    Since the 2009 season ended, I've been all but screaming that the Eagles have to go out and re-sign linebacker and special teams ace Tracy White...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 1,105 reads 2 comments

  2. Philadelphia's Ryan Howard Injured in First Inning of Nationals Game

    After being hit by a pitch, Ryan Howard made his way to second base after a single into right field by Ben Francisco. Howard thought, if just for a second, that he might be able to make it to third, and began rounding second...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 766 reads 0 comments

  3. Philadelphia Eagles: Observations from Training Camp (July 31st)

    Note: Because of some technical difficulties, I was unable to post this in a timely manner. It was the first day of contact and there was plenty of it...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 1,490 reads 3 comments

  4. Roy Oswalt Disappoints in Philadelphia Phillies Debut

    If there's anyone like me who wasn't a true fan of the move to bring in Roy Oswalt, you're probably hoarse from screaming at your TV all night long...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 1,316 reads 10 comments

  5. Eagles Trade LB Joe Mays to Broncos for Running Back

    Say what you will about the personnel moves and whatnot, but there is truly never a dull moment with this team. The Philadelphia Eagles announced late Friday night that they've traded linebacker Joe Mays to the Denver Broncos for running back J...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 1,900 reads 9 comments

  6. Eagles' Brandon Graham Signs Before Doing Irreparable Damage

    Finally, it's happened. No, I don't mean the Roy Oswalt deal. That's a different team. Finally, the Eagles have signed their first-round pick, defensive end Brandon Graham...and just in time too...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 721 reads 2 comments

  7. Philadelphia Eagles Sign WR Jared Perry, Release Kevin Jurovich

    After the Eagles' morning practice Thursday, there were a pair of wide receivers working out under the watchful eyes of the Eagles' brass...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 1,117 reads 0 comments

  8. MLB Trade Deadline: Roy Oswalt Waives No-Trade Clause, Becomes a Phillie

    Well, the deal everyone has been waiting for is finally done. Roy Oswalt has waived his no-trade clause and will become a Philadelphia Phillie, according to multiple reports. Included in the deal, according to Ken Rosenthal, is pitcher J...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 98 reads 0 comments

  9. Roy Oswalt: Phillies and Astros Waiting on Star Pitcher To Finalize Deal

    UPDATE: Jayson Stark tweets that Oswalt is expected to give the green light on a deal that would send him to the Phillies. However, nothing is official just yet. UPDATE(2): According to ESPN's Amy K...

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  10. Domonic Brown: With Shane Victorino on the DL, the Rookie Shines

    After suffering an injury that most thought would keep him out a few days put Shane Victorino on the DL, the Phillies' top prospect, Domonic Brown, made his presence felt immediately...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 1,234 reads 0 comments

  11. Nate Allen Signs, Eagles Release Mistake Alex Hall

    Only a few hours after second-round pick Nate Allen finally signed (after missing two days of camp), the Eagles released defensive end/outside linebacker Alex Hall—a piece they picked up in the Chris Gocong/Sheldon Brown trade...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 1,339 reads 4 comments

  12. Philadelphia Eagles: Charles Scott Shows Soft Hands in Morning Practice

    The Eagles' rookies, and a few selected veterans, reported to training camp yesterday. But they put in their first real work of the season today when they showed up around nine in the morning in shorts and helmets...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 1,037 reads 2 comments

  13. Philadelphia Report: Nate Allen Close To Signing, Brandon Graham Is Not

    According to Les Bowen of Philly.com, there's a chance rookie starting free safety Nate Allen could be signed today before all rookies and a few selected veterans are scheduled to show up at Lehigh University to kick of the Eagles' 2010 Training Camp...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 604 reads 3 comments

  14. Still Too Early to Say Philadelphia Phillies Are Out of Their Slump

    After the Phillies' hitting coach, Milt Thompson, was fired a few days ago, it looked like he was simply the scapegoat...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 838 reads 1 comments

  15. Philadelphia Eagles' Center Jamaal Jackson Could be Ready by Week One

    While most people, including myself, are talking about the three-way battle at center between Mike McGlynn, A.Q...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 766 reads 6 comments

  16. Philadelphia Phillies Make It Difficult to Get Excited Over Wins

    The Phillies won 6-0 on Friday night over the Colorado Rockies at Citizen's Bank Park. Roy Halladay got the win as he pitched eight scoreless innings, fanning nine, and watched his offense explode for five runs in the fifth inning...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 1,290 reads 3 comments

  17. Milt Thompson Pegged as Philadelphia Phillies' Scapegoat

    With the heat turning up on Charlie Manuel and the Phillies for their pathetic display this season, the team needed to find a scapegoat to turn attention away...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 321 reads 0 comments

  18. Charlie Manuel Makes a Critical Mistake in Loss to St. Louis Cardinals

    In the top of the seventh inning of the Phillies' 5-1 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals Wednesday night, the Phillies had runners on first and second with two outs and Carlos Ruiz at the plate...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 1,603 reads 5 comments

  19. Philadelphia Eagles "Unlikely" To Sign Chester Pitts, Work Out LB and WR

    According to Les Bowen of Philly.com, the Eagles don't appear to be too interested in former Houston Texans guard Chester Pitts...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 2,085 reads 7 comments

  20. MLB: Roy Oswalt, Dan Haren, or Bust for the Phils?

    All the clamor as of late has been for the Phillies to go out and add another starting pitcher, possibly even one with "ace" qualities. While I'm not exactly a proponent of the move, it looks like that's inevitably what's going to happen...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 1,750 reads 1 comments

  21. Philadelphia Phillies: Jamie Moyer Is Out, Vance Worley Is In

    Jamie Moyer, who had to leave Tuesday's game against the St. Louis Cardinals in the first inning after injuring his elbow, is headed to the disabled list. And, by the sounds of it, he'll be there for quite some time...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 1,083 reads 1 comments

  22. J.A. Happ Will Likely Get Kyle Kendrick's Saturday Start

    With Kyle Kendrick being sent down to the minors recently, there's an open spot this Saturday for a starting pitcher, so the Phillies need to figure out their plan of attack quickly...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 620 reads 0 comments

  23. Philadelphia Phillies Should Trade Jayson Werth for Prospects

    As much as it hurts to say, it's looking like the Phillies' season is going to be a wash. They keep falling further and further behind the Atlanta Braves and New York Mets in the NL East race, and are just as far behind for a Wild Card spot...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 3,842 reads 6 comments

  24. Philadelphia Phillies Lose Despite Three First-Inning Runs vs. Cardinals

    It's not getting any prettier for the Phillies after the All-Star break as now not only are the bats suffering, but the pitching is starting to slide as well...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 93 reads 0 comments

  25. Simon Gagne Trade Makes Little Sense for Flyers

    As everyone has been expecting, the Flyers pulled the trigger and traded away their longest-tenured player in Simon Gagne...

    Bob Cunningham Written by Bob Cunningham about 4 years ago 1,397 reads 10 comments