1. NLCS 2010: Philadelphia Phillies' 10 Biggest Hits in Postseason History

    We've already seen some awesome pitching from the Philadelphia Phillies in the 2010 MLB playoffs. But will the Phils be able to display some equally clutch hitting as the postseason continues? Let's hope...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about 4 years ago 24,283 reads 16 comments

  2. Philadelphia Phillies' 10 Greatest Starting Pitching Games In Postseason History

    Roy Halladay's no-hitter in Game 1 of the NLDS is without question the greatest starting performance in Phillies' playoff history. But it certainly isn't the only great one...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about 4 years ago 10,595 reads 14 comments

  3. Philadelphia Phillies Beware: Starting Pitching Alone Doesn't Win in Postseason

    The 2010 Phillies beat out the 2010 Atlanta Braves for the NL East title. But in the postseason, Philly will have to beat the ghosts of the 1991-2005 Atlanta Braves. What? Well, hopefully it’ll make more sense by the end of this slideshow...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about 4 years ago 1,391 reads 13 comments

  4. Charlie Manuel: Is The Philadelphia Phillies' Skipper Manager of The Year?

    Before autumn 2007, Charlie Manuel had about the same chance of ever being Manager of the Year as Michael Vick had of ever being the Eagles' starting QB, right? Guess a lot has changed in three years...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about 4 years ago 1,589 reads 23 comments

  5. Letter To Michael Vick: Beware Of Fanatical Philadelphia Eagles Fans

    Dear Mr. Vick: To be direct, I wasn't too happy to hear you'd be starting on Sunday in place of Kevin Kolb...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about 4 years ago 514 reads 10 comments

  6. Mike Vick or Kevin Kolb? Five Reasons the Eagles QB Controversy Won't End Soon

    The 2010 calendar year started so well for Kevin Kolb. After three years on the bench, the Eagles first-overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft would finally get his chance to start during the upcoming season...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about 4 years ago 3,631 reads 7 comments

  7. Philadelphia Phillies Prove Winning on the Road is Still the Mark of a Champion

    In sports, the ability to win on enemy turf often distinguishes the contenders from the pretenders. That’s proven to be true during the 2010 MLB season, particularly in regards to the marathon-style NL East race...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about 4 years ago 654 reads 3 comments

  8. Top 10 Three-Man Rotations in Philadelphia Phillies History

    C'mon Philadelphia, please put down the Michael Vick Kool-Aid...just for a second. We're talkin' baseball right now...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about over 4 years ago 8,793 reads 23 comments

  9. Validation and Victory: The 10 QBs Who Overcame the Most To Win It All

    Winning the Super Bowl is hard work. Guys named Montana, Bradshaw, and Brady might not believe that, but it’s true. For most all QBs, a championship doesn't come easily…if ever...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about over 4 years ago 1,986 reads 7 comments

  10. Eagles History: The 25 Games That Defined The Andy Reid-Donovan McNabb Era

    Labor Day Weekend is over, which means we are now less than one week away from the official start of a new decade of NFL football, and specifically in Philadelphia, the start of a new era for the Eagles...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about over 4 years ago 12,182 reads 21 comments

  11. Best of the Rest: The 10 Greatest NFL Teams To Never Win a Super Bowl

    "Anything short of a championship this year is a failure."You hear that cliche tossed out there every now and then. I happen to not think it's true at all, but if pro athletes need that kind of mindset as motivation, then well, more power to them...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about over 4 years ago 4,091 reads 24 comments

  12. Donovan McNabb's Decade in Philadelphia: '00-'04 McNabb Vs. '05-'09 McNabb

    With a new era of Eagles football set to begin in less than two weeks, this article represents this author taking one final look back at Donovan McNabb’s career in Philly...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about over 4 years ago 1,007 reads 28 comments

  13. Cinderella Men: The 10 Greatest Fairytale Seasons in NFL History

    The following is a list of the 10 teams who had the most magical, out-of-nowhere-success-story seasons in the Super Bowl era...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about over 4 years ago 14,690 reads 70 comments

  14. Red-Hot Phillies Are Making Their Own Luck...Lots of It

    Uh, one problem, Geovany—you forgot the ball... When things are going well, this is the kind of stuff that happens. Obviously things are going really well for the Phillies right now: good defense, timely hitting, and absolutely incredible pitching..

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about over 4 years ago 1,165 reads 5 comments

  15. Pat Burrell and the 10 Greatest Outfielders in Phillies History

    Pat Burrell’s return to Citizens Bank Park is a logical time to evaluate where “Pat the Bat” ranks among the Phillies best outfielders of all time...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about over 4 years ago 12,129 reads 20 comments

  16. A Tribute To Larry Bowa: The Manager Who Saved the Philadelphia Phillies

    Just 10 short years ago, professional baseball in Philadelphia was dead. Totally, undisputedly, dead. I was a sixth-grader at the time, back in 2000, and nobody at Elkins Park Middle ...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about over 4 years ago 484 reads 30 comments

  17. Kevin Kolb, Young Eagles, Will Test Philadelphia Fans' Patience in 2010

    For most sports fans in this town, passion usually takes precedent over patience. You might have known that already…. But 2010 is not a make-or-break season for the Birds, and evaluating Kolb will be a full-year process...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about over 4 years ago 2,517 reads 20 comments

  18. Donovan McNabb Can Win the Washington Redskins a Super Bowl If...

    Dear Coach Shanahan, I know you’ve dreamed about shaking President Barack Obama’s hand. You’ve dreamed of leading the Redskins to the White House...with the Lombardi Trophy in your grip...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about over 4 years ago 1,613 reads 9 comments

  19. How David Herndon Is Killing the Phillies

    No, David Herndon isn’t one of the main reasons the Phillies have disappointed thus far in 2010. Not even close. Obviously he doesn't deserve the same amount of heat that teammates like Shane Victorino and Brad Lidge have been getting...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about over 4 years ago 3,269 reads 12 comments

  20. Phillies Must Become Road Warriors To Win NL East in 2010

    In sports, being able to take care of business at home usually separates the bad teams from the good ones. But being able to win on the road is ultimately what separates the good teams from the very best...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about over 4 years ago 1,142 reads 0 comments

  21. Why Cole Hamels Deserves Your Respect...And Some Luck

    The text message read: “Hollywood is starting to look like Compton.” I got that text from a high school friend late on Friday night, April 23: the night Cole “Hollywood” ...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about over 4 years ago 2,605 reads 18 comments

  22. Why Domonic Brown Needs to Stay in the Minors

    The script is already written. Now, Phillies management needs to start following it. Domonic Brown, the Phillies 22 year-old outfielding phenom, is the missing piece the 2010 Phillies need...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about over 4 years ago 4,336 reads 20 comments

  23. The Phillies Five Best Wins, Five Worst Losses in the First Half of 2010

    The All-Star Break is a great time to reflect on your favorite team's first half of the season: remembering the good times and the bad of the last three months...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about over 4 years ago 2,373 reads 0 comments

  24. 2010 MLB All-Star Game: Looking Back at the AL's 13-Year Unbeaten Streak

    The last time the National League beat the American League in an All-Star game was on July 9, 1996: back when Independence Day was the summer movie blockbuster and six months before a young gunslinger named Brett Favre won the Super Bowl with Green Bay...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about over 4 years ago 1,712 reads 0 comments

  25. Scott Rolen vs. Chase Utley: Comparing Philadelphia's Villain and Hero

    When a 22-year-old third baseman named Scott Rolen burst onto the scene in 1997 by winning the NL Rookie of the Year award, he won over the fans who followed the Phillies during some of the franchise’s darkest days...

    James Ambler Written by James Ambler about over 4 years ago 6,610 reads 8 comments