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Body raised in New Jersey, heart raised in Philly. I grew up in Central Jersey, where the majority of people are New York fans, but was raised a Philadelphia sports fan by my father who grew up in Camden, New Jersey right across the bridge from Philly and who went to college in Philly.
I was taken to Eagle games in the 700-level as a child, as well as going to both Game 7 Sixer’s playoff games during their run to the NBA Finals. I was fortunate enough to be at Game 5 of the 2008 World series and watch Phillies do something I ad never seen a Philly team do before, win a championship. I was at every home game of the 2009 World Series as well. During the Flyers unbelievable 2010 Stanley Cup run I attended 98% of the home games, including having the extreme misfortune of watching the Blackhawks raise the cup in our house.
Over the years I have fallen in love with the city, its sports teams, and even its raucous fans. I am currently a sophomore at Drexel University, studying Global Journalism, hopefully covering Philadelphia sports someday. I currently work for as an intern for the Philadelphia Union and have a game-day internship position with the Philadelphia Eagles.
I'm back!! I want to know, has Donnie Walsh done enough in his first summer with the Knicks?
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More bad news for the Eagles' defense...
How do you recover from the loss of Bradley, Dawkins, and Jim Johnson?
Quintin Demps & DeSean Jackson did plenty of damage as our returners last season, but are they ready to hand the return duties over to Ellis Hobbs & Jeremy Maclin?
Either way, I can't remember the last time we as Eagles fans have seen our team with FOUR legitimate return threats!
The Eagles drafted WR Jeremy Maclin this past weekend, ensuring the team will have the NFL's fastest - and one of the best - group of receivers next season.
Two weeks ago, I wrote Part 1 of a two-part series, recapping Andy Reid's 15 worst coaching decisions of his career. This article is Part 2 of that series, telling the 15 best coaching decisions of Reid's career.
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This past Friday, Gary Sheffield hit his 500th home run. 500 home runs symbolizes years of hard work, dedication, and talent. And it guarantees the Hall of Fame. Right?
My recap of the Phillies' first week of the season. Despite the obvious struggles (starting pitching), this team has emerged with a 4-3 record. That puts the 2009 team on pace to win more games than it did in the 2008 World Championship season...
Longtime Phillies' announcer Harry Kalas has just passed away at 73. Kalas leaves behind a tremendous legacy on the city of Philadelphia.