1. For Phils Bullpen Stumbles Again, But Offense Provides Enough Cushion

    Just from looking at the box score some could start to say ‘I didn’t know Brad Lidge was back.’ However, that would be both wrong and unfair...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about over 4 years ago 73 reads 0 comments

  2. One Week In: NL East. So Far so Good. For Some....

    It is entirely way too early to tell being only nine, some ten, games into the season but let’s take a look at how the NL East is shaping up thus far...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about over 4 years ago 36 reads 0 comments

  3. Bullpen Hiccups Cost Phillies Series Sweep Against Nationals

    It almost seems fitting that the day MLB Network re-aired an episode of ‘The Pen’ documenting the ’09 Phillies bullpen would be the day that this year’s almost ...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about over 4 years ago 83 reads 0 comments

  4. Oddities In Opening Day Win For Phillies

    All the things you expected to happen, did. Thousands of Phillies fans made the trip to the Nation's capitol to see the Phillies take on the Nationals for Opening Day of the 2010 season...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about over 4 years ago 90 reads 0 comments

  5. This Valdez Not Sunken, Lifts Phillies to Walk-Off Win

    It was bound to happen soon enough. I mean Cole Hamels is human. We all know that from last season's World Series hangover where we saw Hamels struggle all year and in the playoffs...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about over 4 years ago 58 reads 0 comments

  6. NL East Preview: Phillies

    Well here we are. Just about 2 weeks and some change from Opening Day for Major League Baseball. Teams are shortening up their rosters and pitchers are lengthening their innings...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about over 4 years ago 209 reads 0 comments

  7. Nomar Says No More, Announces Retirement

    Without a team this off-season and after 14 years in the big leagues, Red Sox infielder, at least today, Nomar Garciaparra is saying good bye to baseball. And he is doing it gracefully...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about over 4 years ago 58 reads 1 comments

  8. Strasburg Debuts, Delivers On Hype

    I must admit this was a day I have been waiting for all spring. Since the day the Nationals made the San Diego State star their number one pick overall in the 2009 First-Year Player Draft, I was not the only one counting down until Spring Training...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about over 4 years ago 32 reads 0 comments

  9. Nationals Week In Review: 3/5/10

    The first week of Spring Training is over.  It was a short one with the Nationals only playing three games.  But a lot of good things came from this week.  So let’s take a look at the winners and losers of this past week...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about over 4 years ago 41 reads 0 comments

  10. Not Quite Dominican Gold, But Martinez Could Pay Out For Nationals

    Pedro Martinez is nowhere near ready to hang up his spikes. However, yet again he finds himself watching from the outside as pitchers and catchers reported early last week to Florida and Arizona...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about over 4 years ago 143 reads 0 comments

  11. Nationals Stock Rising; Just Not Buying Quite Yet

    It’s been a whirlwind offseason with a lot of players putting on new uniforms in the upcoming weeks for Spring Training. Many fans and experts are buzzing about the Mariners and Red Sox for their offseason signings...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about almost 5 years ago 102 reads 0 comments

  12. 'Saints' Goodbye To NFL Season, Hello Baseball

    The Saints have won the big one.  Finally.  For the first time in their franchise history, h the Saints have won the Super Bowl.  Could not be happier for them.  It was a great game with good plays and even better commercials...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about almost 5 years ago 27 reads 0 comments

  13. St. Pete's, NO, and NM Start This Bowl Season Off Right

    Bowl Season is here.  One of the most talked about voting systems (outside of Florida) there is for the sporting world...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about almost 5 years ago 56 reads 0 comments

  14. 'Halladay' Season in Philly Officially Begins

    Well the waiting is over. Halladay was the newest toy to hit store shelves yesterday and the Phillies were first in line to scoop him up. And then they paraded him in front a dozen cameras and millions of viewers...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about almost 5 years ago 76 reads 0 comments

  15. Initial Reports Have Halladay To Phillies, Lee to Mariners

    Ken Rosenthal's hunch may have been right all along. He said a three team blockbuster could take place bringing Roy Halladay to the Phillies, and sending Cliff Lee to a mystery 3rd team. For now, it seems it is all coming clear...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about almost 5 years ago 104 reads 0 comments

  16. Phillies Trim Fat, Facial Hair This Winter

    The Winter Meetings are over. And once again Ruben Amaro Jr. is pushing himself and the Phillies organization to the top of the pile. He has made it clear his intentions are winning. Winning now, but also in the future...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about almost 5 years ago 318 reads 0 comments

  17. Eagles Drop 45 On Giants, But Defense Kept NY In Game

    I felt like I was watching a live version of Madden 2010. Ton of offense, little defense. The critics will say this was an instant classic game. It was a shoot out no doubt about it...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about almost 5 years ago 98 reads 0 comments

  18. Eagles Flying in December, Face Tough Giants Team

    A memo that should have been sent out to all NFL teams before last week: It’s December and the Eagles are flying as usual. The Eagles are making their annual end of the year push to win the NFC East division...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about almost 5 years ago 90 reads 2 comments

  19. Kevin, Tim Debate Gammons Departure From ESPN (Unofficially Of Course)

    Peter Gammons is leaving ESPN. Some people in the sports world are baffled by this move. Gammons has been one the familiar faces on Baseball Tonight, sideline reporting and ESPN’s in-house baseball ‘expert’ if you will...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about almost 5 years ago 1,455 reads 0 comments

  20. Kimbo Faces Tough Test in Alexander

    The world is ready for Kimbo. Dana White is ready. Is Houston Alexander? Kimbo Slice is making his UFC debut (not counting TUF) tonight at the TUF season finale at the Pearl at the Palms Resort and Casino in the wonderful Las Vegas, NV...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about almost 5 years ago 137 reads 0 comments

  21. Vick, Eagles Flying Back To Atlanta

    We all knew this would happen. Michael Vick would be back in Atlanta at some point in the latest installment of ‘Life after Dog Fighting...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about almost 5 years ago 112 reads 0 comments

  22. Eagles-Seahawks: David Akers Kicks Philly to Win

    "We've got things rolling right now." That is what Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb said after Philadelphia beat the Seahawks 26-7 in Seattle Sunday. Rolling? More like kicking...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about 6 years ago 105 reads 0 comments

  23. What's One More Day?

    I am a 27-year-old man-child from Philadelphia. I get the whole championship-deprived-city bit. I was a mere thought to what I could be for my parents having not yet been born...

    Kieran Carobine Written by Kieran Carobine about 6 years ago 169 reads 2 comments