1. Phillies and Mets Make Trash-Talking Cool Again

    Over the past few years, the NL East's Philadelphia Phillies and New York Mets have developed on of the fiercest, most competitive rivalries in professional sports...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about over 5 years ago 417 reads 18 comments

  2. Phillies Sign Raul Ibanez, But Is It A Good Move?

    Earlier today, the World Champion Philadelphia Phillies signed Raul Ibanez to be their everyday left fielder. While Ibanez is a very good and underrated hitter who has been overlooked throughout ...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about over 5 years ago 567 reads 17 comments

  3. Philadelphia Eagles' Andy Reid Wears Two Hats That Don't Fit

    Are you joking, Andy? You really must be.By throwing Donovan McNabb under the bus, Reid basically admitted to the fans, media, and his players that he lacks accountability for this travesty of an Eagles season we have witnessed...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about over 5 years ago 223 reads 14 comments

  4. Hey, Andy Reid: It's Time To Go

    Puzzlement. That is the word that best describes the look on Andy Reid's face in every important game situation...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 6 years ago 340 reads 19 comments

  5. How To Make The Oakland Raiders a Winner In 10 Easy Steps

    The late, great Al Davis once said, "Just win baby." Under their current management, it looks like maybe they should go back and take a page out of Davis's book. Whoever is running this team now doesn't seem to have a clue...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 6 years ago 937 reads 2 comments

  6. Allen Iverson for Chauncey Billups: What Does It Mean?

    Wow. After a 2007-08 season characterized by monster trades, which begun with Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen being dealt in the offseason and continued with the likes of Shaq, Pau Gasol, and Jason ...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 6 years ago 949 reads 3 comments

  7. Philadelphia Phillies Are World Series Champs Thanks to a Total Team Effort

    After 28 years of waiting, the Philadelphia Phillies have finally won the second world championship in team history. Behind stellar pitching, timely offense, and solid defense, the Phils vanquished the talented Rays, four games to one...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 6 years ago 567 reads 3 comments

  8. Rain Postpones the World Series? Only in Philadelphia

    Only in Philly could this happen. The city known for passionate fans and hard-luck teams, finally on the brink of the first major championship in 25 years, had that dream delayed for at least another day...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 6 years ago 208 reads 0 comments

  9. Thanks Stubhub: Pricing True Phillies Fans Out of The World Series

    As a die-hard Phillies fan who has been waiting my whole life to see my team (or any of my teams, for that matter) win a championship, let me just say this: thank you Stubhub...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 6 years ago 99 reads 1 comments

  10. NFL's Five Most Underrated Wide Receivers

    Wide receivers in the NFL come in all shapes and sizes, all skills and ability levels. Some have great hands, but lack speed and some are 6'5" and taller than any defensive back they will encounter...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 6 years ago 91 reads 0 comments

  11. New York Giants: Defending Champs Are Overrated in '08

    I've been saying it for weeks, but thanks to the Cleveland Browns' butt-whipping of the Giants on Monday night, I can finally write it: the G-Men had become very overrated...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 6 years ago 592 reads 19 comments

  12. Shane Victorino's Grand Slam Lifts Phillies To 2-0 Series Lead

    It was billed as a high-powered pitching match-up between the Phillies' Brett Myers and Brewers ace CC Sabathia, who was baseball's best pitcher in the second half...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 6 years ago 558 reads 0 comments

  13. Phillies Vs Brewers: NLDS Game Two Preview

    The Phillies took game one today against the Brewers, 3-1, behind an outstanding pitching performance by Cole Hamels. In tomorrow's game, the Brewers will send their ace, CC Sabathia, to the mound to oppose the Phillies' Brett Myers...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 6 years ago 168 reads 0 comments

  14. Cole Hamels Dominates Brewers: Phillies Take 1-0 Series Lead

    In an interview with TBS's David Aldridge following today's NLDS game one, Phillies second baseman Chase Utley, in his typical understated tone, said, "I thought tonight for us Cole pitched outstanding...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 6 years ago 86 reads 2 comments

  15. The NFL So Far: Top 10 Busts of '08

    For every breakout performer this season, it seems there have been two absolute busts: guys who came into the year following huge 2007 campaigns or just highly-productive careers in general, ...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 6 years ago 492 reads 4 comments

  16. Top 10 NFL Rookies

    In the first three weeks of this 2008 NFL season we have already seen a ton of impressive performances from the neophytes of the league...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 6 years ago 707 reads 6 comments

  17. Should Ryan Howard Be the N.L. MVP?

    There's no denying that Ryan Howard is the greatest home-run hitter in the game today. Since entering the league full-time in the middle of the 2005 season, Ryan has 172 HR and 485 RBI in just three-and-a-half seasons, tops in the majors...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 6 years ago 472 reads 17 comments

  18. The MLB Stretch Drive: Who You Can (And Can't) Count On In September

    We’re coming down the stretch of the baseball season, with just over two weeks remaining, and as the anticipation builds, everyone wants to know who will make it to the playoffs...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 6 years ago 679 reads 10 comments

  19. Why Baseball, Not Football, Is King of The Fantasy World

    Although 6x6 rotisserie baseball was the original fantasy league, it has been several years now that football has been considered king of fantasy sports...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 6 years ago 330 reads 0 comments

  20. Cleveland Browns: Doom Starts with 'D'

    I feel bad writing this, what with all the high hopes and everything surrounding the Cleveland Browns this season. They have some of the league's best and most dedicated fans. The Dawg Pound is possibly the roughest fan section in the NFL...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 6 years ago 600 reads 4 comments

  21. NL Playoff Predictions: Bold and Beautiful

    Much like the number donned by the Polish lad in Milwaukee's Sausage Race, the Brewers have long held onto the #1 spot atop the NL wild card standings...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 6 years ago 244 reads 2 comments