Wear this and never wash it... okay... do wash it. It's a long season.
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I would imagine the truck will be slightly larger than this Eagles, I mean... Phillies truck.
First, Punxuatawney Phil signals that winter will soon be coming to an end. Thank God…
…and then the Phillies go ahead and make it even better by sending out a press release today, informing us all that the Phillies equipment truck will head to Clearwater on Friday morning.
Every year, I wait for this day… the beginning of the light at the end of this ridiculous winter tunnel. What’s interesting about the truck is not the truck itself, but its contents, and the quantity of the contents. Here’s what we’re looking at… and by the time you’re done reading this, you’re going to be excited. Don’t question it, just let it happen: View full article »
Kolb can keep the visor, but the Eagles will probably want the helmet back.
According to a league source, the Philadelphia Eagles will apply the franchise tag to Pro Bowl quarterback Michael Vick next month. The move will ensure that Vick remains an Eagle for the duration of the 2011 season, and conventional wisdom suggests that in that time frame, the Eagles will work to sign Vick to a long-term deal.
In the meantime, I’m sure Vick will be pretty happy making approximately $20 million next season, which is about the average salary of the five highest-paid players at his position. That’s what a franchise tag entails, so I’m sure Vick’s debtors are smiling right now. View full article »
The Four Aces simply aren’t enough.
That’s what Phillies General Manager Ruben Amaro may have insinuated on Tuesday when he spoke with Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports.com. When asked about the possibility of trading the 30-year old rightie, Amaro responded.
“I don’t feel comfortable doing it,” Amaro told FOXSports.com. “He’s going to pitch for the Phillies, probably for the entire season.”
The statement all but completes the five-man rotation for the Phils in 2011. Blanton will likely join Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee, Roy Oswalt, and Cole Hamels. Together, they will be R2C2 and C3P-Joe… and no, I did not come up with that. View full article »
Hey, do you want this autographed Kyle Kendrick card? No? Well... how about her?
Phillies pitcher Kyle Kendrick will avoid arbitration.
Kendrick, the team’s fifth, six, or seventh pitcher, will sign a 1-year, 2.45 million deal with the Fightins. It remains to be seen how he will be used in a rotation with four aces. He could very well pitch out of the bullpen. View full article »