1. The Philadelphia Eagles and the 2010 NFL Draft

    Andy Reid watched as his team was picked apart and exposed on national television for the second consecutive week by the Dallas Cowboys. Many will call for Donovan McNabb to be traded, Reid to be fired, or most likely both...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about almost 5 years ago 4,766 reads 30 comments

  2. Rebuilding the Nest: Long Offseason Ahead in Philadelphia

    So it seems the third time is not the charm for the Philadelphia Eagles. Their 2009 season ended at approximately 11:35 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 9, 2010, after a second straight embarrassment on national television at the hands of the rival Dallas Cowboys.

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about almost 5 years ago 607 reads 10 comments

  3. Report: Philadelphia Phillies To Sign Danys Baez

    According to Jon Heyman of SI.com, via MLBTR, the Philadelphia Phillies have agreed to sign right handed reliever Danys Baez. Baez, who pitched for the Baltimore Orioles last season, allowed 22 walks to 40 strikeouts and 59 hits for a 4...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about almost 5 years ago 100 reads 0 comments

  4. Phillies Keep On Phitin', Reach World Series

    One. One team. One city. One dream. No, I am not talking about the Philadelphia Eagles or their era of NFC dominance. Instead, I am talking about those Philadelphia Phillies...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about 6 years ago 227 reads 2 comments

  5. Phillies-Dodgers Game Three Preview

    So here we sit, two games into the NLCS, and the Philadelphia Phillies are on their way out to Los Angeles for, at most, three games in Chavez Ravine against the Dodgers. The big question still remains...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about 6 years ago 415 reads 0 comments

  6. Phillies-Dodgers: NLCS Preview

    OK, so I did not exactly pick the Los Angeles Dodgers to beat, let alone sweep, the Chicago Cubs. Honestly, I do not think many people could have predicted a sweep of the Cubbies by the Dodgers—not ...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about 6 years ago 1,563 reads 6 comments

  7. Phillies-Brewers: Game One Recap

    I was two-years old the last time the Philadelphia Phillies won a playoff game. So, honestly, the Phillies might as well have not won a playoff game in my existence, seeing that I have no memory of the 1993 team...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about 6 years ago 239 reads 2 comments

  8. Phillies-Brewers NLDS Preview

    The late-September scramble of National League teams has finally ended, with the Philadelphia Phillies and Milwaukee Brewers beating out the New York Mets for the final two playoff spots...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about 6 years ago 645 reads 10 comments

  9. Philadelphia Phillies: The October Party Has Gotten Bigger

    Could the Curse of Billy Penn finally be coming to an end? It sure looks like it. Today, the Philadelphia Phillies clinched their second consecutive NL East division title, thanks to a 4-3 victory over the Washington Nationals in Citizens Bank Park...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about 6 years ago 118 reads 0 comments

  10. Red Sox-Angels Preview, Part One: Battle of the Bats?

    This is part one of an ALDS breakdown between the Red Sox and Angels. Myself and Angels writer, Scott Fowler, will continue to preview the series and review each game. Three days, seven hours, 59 minutes, 42 seconds...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about 6 years ago 288 reads 5 comments

  11. October Looming: Chicago Cubs Playoff Preview

    Next year is here. If you follow baseball at all, even remotely, you most likely have seen how good this Cubs team is...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about 6 years ago 163 reads 2 comments

  12. Los Angeles Angels' Playoff Preview: Are They Truly from Heaven?

    Well, I think we all could see this coming. In a division filled with an abundance of disappointments and surprises, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim are October-bound once again...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about 6 years ago 528 reads 8 comments

  13. Phillies' Brooms Not Dodge-Able

    Two weeks ago, the Phillies were swept in their four-game series in Los Angeles against the Dodgers. After that series was finally over, a glance at the Phils' schedule revealed that they would ...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about over 6 years ago 310 reads 0 comments

  14. Role Reversal In The NL East?

    Yes, everyone knows what happened last year. As of September 17, 2007, the Mets had a 2.5 game lead over the hot Phillies in the National League East, with a record of 83-66...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about over 6 years ago 325 reads 0 comments

  15. Can Ryan Zimmerman Be Saved?

    Let's face it: The Washington Nationals are the worst team in baseball. The team, as a whole, is just offensively anemic, with the worst record and offense in all of baseball...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about over 6 years ago 221 reads 1 comments

  16. Top-Six National League MVPs from Losing Teams

    As the pennant chases heat up and the weather cools off into the October chill that we all enjoy, the discussion of MVP comes into play...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about over 6 years ago 433 reads 10 comments

  17. Open Mic: Manny Eh? Ramirez For Bay Paying Dividends For All

    Well, the Red Sox finally did it. They traded Manny. After years of deadline rumors that the Sox would trade Manny to Baltimore for Miguel Tejada, or for Alex Rodriguez, or any other variety ...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about over 6 years ago 406 reads 2 comments

  18. Phillies Take Series Against Pirates

    The pesky Pittsburgh Pirates once again refused to just let the Philadelphia Phillies win. After the rain delay, the Buccos got the scoring started with a pair of two out doubles in the top of the second off of Jamie Moyer...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about over 6 years ago 83 reads 0 comments

  19. White Sox Hold On, Beat Red Sox

    In a beautiful sunny day on the south side of Chicago, the Red Sox and Whie Sox each sent a young righty with alot of potential to the mound. The Red Sox sent future ace Clay Buchholz to the hill to square off against Gavin Floyd...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about over 6 years ago 106 reads 2 comments

  20. NL West: Do They Need a Playoff Team?

    There is no arguing the fact that the NL West is clearly the worst division in baseball. It is the model for current mediocrity, but also the model for the future...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about over 6 years ago 253 reads 0 comments

  21. Phillies Take Round Two Of Battle Of Pennsylvania

    The Phillies once again were shut out in the first game of a home series, this time by the Pittsburgh Pirates after a 12 inning marathon Friday night...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about over 6 years ago 98 reads 0 comments

  22. Phillies jump out to early lead, Catch Marlins' lineup napping

    The Philadelphia Phillies were not eager to be shut down again by another Florida Marlins young gun. Last night Josh Johnson shut down the dangerous Phillies lineup, and the Marlins ...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about over 6 years ago 176 reads 0 comments

  23. Jed Lowrie: Is The Future Now For The Future Shortstop?

    The Red Sox clearly know what they are doing with their top minor league talent. Last year, we saw Clay Buchholz and Jacoby Ellsbury make late second half Major League debuts, with Ellsbury continuing into the playoffs...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about over 6 years ago 89 reads 0 comments

  24. NL Central: Cubs Starting To Break Away From Brewers and Cards

    The North Side of Chicago is rejoicing. Wrigleyville is packed with fans, ready to see their Cubs better their already impressive 42-16 home record...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about over 6 years ago 1,445 reads 8 comments

  25. Fighting Fish: Marlins Knock Off Phillies, Now 1.5 Back

    The Philadelphia Phillies went into Tuesday night looking to help widen their lead over the Florida Marlins and New York Mets in the NL East. Before any action, the Phillies led the Marlins by 2...

    Scott Malone Written by Scott Malone about over 6 years ago 219 reads 0 comments