1. Ben Revere Now the Center of Attention for Philadelphia Phillies

    Ben Revere ’s energy and enthusiasm has sparkled since the day the Phillies traded for their new center fielder back in December. His Twitter account soon became a hit amongst fans, gaining a whole set of new followers from Philadelphia...

    Victor Filoromo Written by Victor Filoromo about almost 2 years ago 874 reads 2 comments

  2. Roy Halladay Hoping to Return to Ace Form for Philadelphia Phillies in 2013

    For the first two years in Philadelphia, Phillies fans grew to know Roy Halladay as nothing other than a perfectionist with a robot-like work ethic and steely determination that few pitchers in Major League history have possessed...

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  3. NHL Free Agency: Should Philadephia Flyers Have Waited for Tomas Vokoun?

    If patience is a virtue, then I suppose Philadelphia Flyers General Manager Paul Holmgren would like to rethink the way part of this off-season played out. OK, maybe he wouldn't...

    Victor Filoromo Written by Victor Filoromo about over 3 years ago 1,262 reads 31 comments

  4. Philadelphia Phillies: Placido Polanco Not Worthy of All-Star Start

    Someone is going to have to help me figure this one out. Placido Polanco will get the starting nod at third base for the National League when the All-Star Game commences next Tuesday...

    Victor Filoromo Written by Victor Filoromo about over 3 years ago 979 reads 35 comments

  5. Roy Halladay, Philadelphia Phillies: Ace Putting Together Better 2011 Than 2010

    Don’t look now, but Roy Halladay is doing it again. Not only has his 2011 once again been fantastic—and, some would argue, machinelike—it is even better than his 2010...

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  6. Jaromir Jagr, Philadelphia Flyers: Jagr Rejoins NHL

    Well, color me surprised. Who saw this one coming? On the first day of free agency, with many names and many veterans available for the Flyers to fill their forward lines with, they opted to go with the ultimate veteran...

    Victor Filoromo Written by Victor Filoromo about over 3 years ago 1,110 reads 13 comments

  7. NHL Philadelphia Flyers: Jeff Carter's Silence Speaks Volumes About Attitude

    Once the dust had finally settled last week after the Philadelphia Flyers ' shocking trades of Jeff Carter and Mike Richards , many things were said by the involved parties. Richards himself had a conference call with reporters...

    Victor Filoromo Written by Victor Filoromo about over 3 years ago 1,408 reads 12 comments

  8. Phillies' Bullpen Performing Above Expectations in 2011

    When Brad Lidge struck out Tampa Bay 's Eric Hinske to give the Philadelphia Phillies a World Series victory in 2008, it capped off a season in which the Philadelphia bullpen performed extraordinarily well...

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  9. UFC 131: Inside Junior Dos Santos' Impressive Victory

    After seven consecutive wins to begin his Ultimate Fighting Championship career, Junior dos Santos finally has his chance...

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  10. Ryan Howard's Declining Numbers: Reason to Worry for Philadelphia Phillies?

    Despite the fact that he hit his 13th home run of the season last night against the Los Angeles Dodgers , it's hard to watch Ryan Howard and admit that he's performing well in 2011...

    Victor Filoromo Written by Victor Filoromo about over 3 years ago 1,417 reads 28 comments

  11. Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee, and the Best One-Two Punches in Baseball

    If you're heading into a three-game series, there are certain pitchers that may strike fear in a hitter. Now consider what might be a two-day nightmare: having to go to bat against some of the best duos in the Majors...

    Victor Filoromo Written by Victor Filoromo about over 3 years ago 548 reads 14 comments

  12. Jose Reyes Will Get Big Payday, Even If It Is Not from New York Mets

    It's quite complicated to gaze into the future and see what's coming. Often enough, you don't want to assume, as the old saying goes...

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  13. NHL: O Captain, My Captain: Why Mike Richards Will Continue as Leader of Flyers

    Sweeps are pretty awful things in sports. They're embarrassing, frustrating and painful all at the same time...

    Victor Filoromo Written by Victor Filoromo about over 3 years ago 1,766 reads 5 comments

  14. Philadelphia Phillies: Joe Blanton's Injury Gives Vance Worley an Opportunity

    Ever since Vance Worley made his starting debut as a Philadelphia Phillie on September 6th, 2010, there were a whole lot of early assumptions being made about the right-hander's future...

    Victor Filoromo Written by Victor Filoromo about over 3 years ago 756 reads 1 comments

  15. Top 10 Ways to Fix the National Hockey League

    As the NHL nears the end of another season, the debate will begin this summer about potential changes to the game. Most of the alterations will likely come in the way of rule changes, but there could be a few more drastic changes to the game as well...

    Victor Filoromo Written by Victor Filoromo about over 3 years ago 324 reads 4 comments

  16. MLB: Will Derek Jeter's Contract Be a Basis for Jimmy Rollins' New Deal?

    As the old saying goes, they don't make 'em like they used to. For Yankees fans, they know this very well with their shortstop and captain Derek Jeter . Simply put, he just is not the same player that he was 10 years ago...

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  17. Philadelphia Phillies: Will Ryan Madson Become the Closer in the Near Future?

    On January 18, Ryan Madson woke up to some pretty good news. No, he was not the recipient of a new contract. No, his wife was not expecting another child. And no, most certainly, the Phillies had already signed Cliff Lee back in December...

    Victor Filoromo Written by Victor Filoromo about over 3 years ago 571 reads 2 comments

  18. Will Jimmy Rollins Be Sparkplug For Philadelphia Phillies In 2011?

    It's been hard to read or hear anything about the Philadelphia Phillies this offseason without the words "Cliff Lee" or "four aces" or something of the sort attached to it. Oops, it looks like this isn't helping...

    Victor Filoromo Written by Victor Filoromo about almost 4 years ago 1,611 reads 3 comments

  19. Where Does Cole Hamels Fit Into the Philadelphia Phillies' Future?

    Before the times of Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee , and Roy Oswalt, there used to be an ace in Philadelphia that went by the name of Cole Hamels...

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  20. The Top 10 Coaches and Managers in Philadelphia Pro Sports History

    They are the men who control the players. Their decisions are often scrutinized, debated, and every now and again, appreciated.It's a business where you're hired to be fired...

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  21. Years Later, Philadelphia Phillies Finally Benefit From Ed Wade

    The Houston Astros will limp into Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia tonight, 54-69 and with virtually no chance to make the playoffs. Since the team's World Series appearance in 2005, there's been a lot of limping finishes in Houston...

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  22. Brad Lidge, Philadelphia Phillies, Stars In: The Return of the Slider

    Last Thursday night, in the midst of the Philadelphia Phillies' comeback against Los Angeles Dodgers reliever Jonathan Broxton, Dodger manager Joe Torre came to the mound to speak with his closer...

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  23. Simon Gagne Trade Leaves Philadelphia GM Coming Up Empty

    At the very least, this is hard to digest. For ten years, Simon Gagne called Philadelphia home. He was as much a part of the city as the Liberty Bell or Ben Franklin. It’s easy to go the sentimental route with this, but that can be avoided...

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  24. Philadelphia Phillies Have Become among the Best on the Basepaths

    Over the past few seasons, the Phillies have been very good at a lot of different things. The defense? Spectacular. The power numbers? Amazing. The bullpen? Pretty good, despite Brad Lidge’s 2009 meltdown...

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  25. Beast of the NL East: Hanley Ramirez or Chase Utley?

    A few weeks back, respected columnist Joe Posnanski took his shot at projecting the 2010 Major League Baseball season. He called his projection system perfect, because it was flawed, pointless, and will quickly be forgotten about...

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