Articles Tagged ‘Phillies’
The Mets are difficult to figure out. If they’re healthy, then they will have one of the deepest lineups in the National League. If they…
Doc Halladay’s postseason no-hitter was a transcendent performance, an artistic masterpiece.
For only the second time in the history of baseball, a no-hitter has been thrown in the postseason.
The star of Sunday’s Phillies-Padres game was not a major league player, but a young child who was filmed drinking from a beer bottle in…
Saying superheroes are awesome is like saying Paris Hilton is a mindless bimbo—no need to beat around the bush. But I find it hard to believe that living with a superpower is always great. How does anybody understand Bruce Wayne when he’s ordering food at a restaurant? You mean to tell me Peter Parker didn’t once shoot webbing out when he was at a rock concert or trying on a suit? It’s not easy to live with premature web shooting, let me tell you.
NEW YORK (AP) — Look out for Cliff Lee, Chase Utley and this New Red Machine.
Lee outdueled CC Sabathia, Utley homered twice and the Philadelphia Phillies kept rolling through October, beating the New York Yankees 6-1 on a misty Wednesday night in the World Series opener.