1. Toronto Blue Jays: Scranton Southpaw Corey Gorman Signs North of the Border

    Arguably one of the most intimidating aspects of baseball is a pitcher’s daunting stare-down. Standing just 60 feet away, the pitcher controls the batters’ mind in every facet imaginable...

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  2. Philadelphia Phillies: Who's the Real Ace in the Phillies Staff?

    With the lackluster offensive performance out of the Phillies' bats this season, fans are starting to question where is the strength in this World Series-hopeful team...

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  3. Delaware Baseball: Joe Giacchino Stars After Being Diagnosed with Brain Tumor

    On February 18, 2012 the unthinkable happened in Houston, Texas as the University of Delaware baseball team began its season facing off against the University of Houston at Cougar Field...

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  4. Philadelphia Phillies: Can Chase Utley Return to All-Star Form in 2012?

    With spring training right around the corner, the Philadelphia Phillies have many questions for the 2012 campaign. One of them regards one of the faces of the franchise, Chase Utley ...

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  5. Super Bowl XLVI: The Battle of 2 Elite Quarterbacks

    The clash of the titans is taking place on Sunday in one of the world's most famous sporting events. In a rematch of the Super Bowl four years ago, Tom Brady and the New England Patriots will battle Eli Manning and the New York Giants...

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  6. Philadelphia Phillies: How Phillies Can Gain Leverage in Cole Hamels Talks

    Cole Hamels is as elite of a pitcher as it gets. All the attention goes to Roy Halladay and Cliff Lee as the aces of the Philadelphia Phillies , but what about the only World ...

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  7. Saint Joseph's Basketball: The Hawks Fall Prey to the Owls

    Saint Joseph's traveled up Broad Street on Saturday to battle city foe, the Temple Owls. In this 153rd meeting between the two schools, the Owls proved to be the better team, defeating the Hawks 78-60...

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  8. Joe Paterno: Best Speeches from Joe Pa's Memorial Service

    The public memorial service for the man who built Penn State, Joe Paterno , took place on Thursday. "A Memorial for Joe" as the service was formally called, brought over 12,000 people ...

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  9. Saint Joseph's Basketball: Ronald Roberts Puts on a Show as SJU Defeats Dayton

    Forget the man of the hour, how about the man of the night? Ronald Roberts had a career-high 27 points as the Hawks beat the Atlantic-10 leader Dayton, 77-63 on Wednesday...

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  10. Joe Paterno: Tickets for Memorial Service Sold on E-Bay at Astronomical Prices

    According to Penn State students and philly.com , tickets to Thursday's public memorial service for Joe Paterno were being sold on eBay for astronomically high prices...

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  11. Jimmy Rollins: Things We'd Love the Phillies Shortstop to Do Before He Retires

    Say it is so folks, the one and only Jimmy Rollins is staying in the red pin strips for at least three more years. J-Roll recently agreed to terms to stay a Philadelphia Phillie for a three-year, $33 million deal...

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  12. Philadelphia Phillies: How They Can Replace Ryan Madson

    The surprising and dominant play of Ryan Madson during the 2011 season had Philadelphia Phillies fans excited about his future. Unfortunately that ship has sailed, as he is now a member of the Cincinnati Reds ...

    Eddie Ravert Written by Eddie Ravert about over 2 years ago 1,377 reads 7 comments

  13. Philadelphia Phillies: Comparing Phillies' Players to Baseball Movie Characters

    The 2012 Philadelphia Phillies are the favorites to win the National League East division and even make a World Series run. Spring Training is right around the corner, and Phils fans a like couldn't be happier...

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  14. Saint Joseph's Basketball: The Hawks Find Their Swagger in Win over Fordham

    "We're not going to be able to play with him in a vacuum," SJU head coach Phil Martelli said. "Wherever he was, he came back from that trip away," he added...

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  15. Philadelphia Phillies: 5 Players Phillies Regret Letting Walk

    The Philadelphia Phillies are known, especially in recent years, to make the blockbuster trade or big offseason signings...

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  16. La Salle Basketball: Ramon Galloway Leads Explorers in Win Against Massachusetts

    The La Salle Explorers improved to 12-4 on the season with a win over the Massachusetts Minutemen on Sunday. This high-paced, back-and-forth game seemed to be all Explorers, as they went into halftime with a 51-25 lead...

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  17. St. Joseph's Basketball: Hawks Fall Short at Home Against Charlotte

    For the first time all season, St. Joe's lost on their home court of Hagan Arena. The Hawks played host to Atlantic 10 foe, the Charlotte 49ers. In one of the most physical games all year, SJU couldn't mount a come back, losing 57-52...

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  18. Philadelphia Sports: Best Sports Quotes in Philly History

    Philadelphia has had its fair share of interesting athletes throughout the years. Along with interesting characters, Philly sports figures have also been known for their infamous quotes...

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  19. Philadelphia Phillies: Power Ranking Cy Young Odds for Phillies Starters

    The modern-day Philadelphia Phillies are built on starting pitching. Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. has been known to make blockbuster deals in recent years...

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  20. Philadelphia Eagles: Jeffrey Lurie Announces Andy Reid Will Coach in 2012

    In a surprising press conference held by Philadelphia Eagles chairman and CEO Jeffrey Lurie on Tuesday, he announced that Andy Reid will be the head coach of the Eagles in the 2012 season...

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  21. La Salle Basketball: The Explorers Dominate Hartford in New Year's Eve Clash

    On the last day of 2011, the Explorers of La Salle played host to the Hawks of Hartford at Tom Gola Arena. A combination of dominating play by La Salle and a sloppy performance by Hartford led to a 73-55 win for the Explorers...

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  22. St. Joseph's Basketball: Phil Martelli Becomes Winningest Coach in Hawks History

    Phil Martelli won his first game on Hawk Hill on December 2, 1995. Sixteen years later, on December 28, 2011, he won his 310th basketball game, passing Billy Ferguson to become the winningest coach in St...

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  23. Philadelphia Flyers: 5 Reasons Why the Flyers Need to Trade Ilya Bryzgalov Now

    When Philadelphia Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren, signed Ilya Bryzgalov this past offseason, the Flyers faithful thought their goalie woes were history...

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  24. Philadelphia Phillies: Why Roy Oswalt Was an Abject Failure in Philly

    It seems the Roy Oswalt experiment is over in Philadelphia. The pitcher was not offered arbitration by the Phillies, which means he is now a free agent. Phillies general manager, Ruben Amaro Jr...

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  25. Gio Gonzalez Traded to Nationals: Why NL East Is Now the Best Division in MLB

    News broke on Thursday that the Washington Nationals traded for Oakland A's pitcher Gio Gonzalez. He did not come cheap for the Nationals, as they gave up four prospects, including three prized pitchers...

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