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  1. Most ‘Experts’ Pick Phillies Over Rockies

    Dec 2, 2006, 11:39 PM EDT

    Head on over to Bugs and Cranks for their expert picks for the NLDS.

  2. Flyers Give Jason Smith the C

    Dec 2, 2006, 9:11 PM EDT

    The Flyers moves in trades and free agency this off-season brought a solid combination of talent and leadership to a team that defined underperformance last season. When former captains Briere, Smith, and Timmonen joined possible future captains Gagne, Richards, and company, one question facing the Flyers this summer was who would wear the C on…

  3. Phillies 25-man NLDS Roster is set.

    Dec 2, 2006, 3:23 PM EDT

    The Phillies have just announced their 25-man roster for the NLDS series against the Colorado Rockies.  Check it out:   NO. PITCHERS            B  T   HT   WT      BORN   57  Antonio Alfonseca   R  R  6-5  250   4/16/72  55  Clay Condrey        R  R  6-3  195  11/19/75  45  Tom Gordon       …

  4. The Sad Saga of Mr. Met Continues

    Dec 2, 2006, 11:30 AM EDT

    Always knew that the big furry green guy drove the ladies wild.

  5. The Rain Gods Like Us Better

    Dec 2, 2006, 11:00 AM EDT

    It’s Trash Talk Tuesday here at the Level, Phillies Postseason Style… Our target? The Colorado Rockies, the Phillies’ opening round opponent. You may remember the Rockies from such well-documented moments as the time they ran and hid while the Phillies played the hero’s role at Colorado. We saw who the men were then, and we’ll…

  6. Holliday, Rockies Slide Into Series With Phils

    Dec 2, 2006, 12:22 AM EDT

    Jesus that took forever. Just before midnight, the San Diego Padres’ went ahead in the 13th inning of the NL Wild Card play-in game, with Scott Hairston taking one out against Colorado’s 9th pitcher of the game. Most Phillies fans have been hoping the Padres would be the team they’d face in the first round,…

  7. Phillies Pep Rally Plus Harry Sings High Hopes

    Dec 1, 2006, 9:53 PM EDT

    Anyone knows an ant can’t move a rubber tree plant. Also, this Phillies team squad is certainly not the country bumpkin drunk bunch like that 1993 squad.  These dudes got some steez. []

  8. MLB Postseason schedule reveals there is no interest in the Phillies

    Dec 1, 2006, 7:27 PM EDT

    Today at 4 o’clock, Major League Baseball released their schedule for the 2007 Playoffs.  It’s quite apparent the Phillies vs. Padres/Rockies is low on the national priority list: If you’ll notice, Games 1 & 2 are scheduled for a 3 o’clock start –  just perfect for fellas like myself with day jobs that have to…

  9. Making Sure Our Mets Friends Are Still Alive

    Dec 1, 2006, 6:19 PM EDT

    I haven’t heard from my two best friends that happen to be Mets fans.  They have yet to return calls.  I hope they’re okay.  Crying in a corner, yes, but okay. On the web, I’m a frequent visitor over at Metsblog.  It’s somewhere I usually go to check in on the happenings of the enemy. …

  10. Fun Phillies Fact: Moyer Was at the Last Parade

    Dec 1, 2006, 4:03 PM EDT

    The Old Man pitched a gem yesterday and gave the Nationals very little chance to play a spoiler’s role in the Phillies season, but a great side story this year is that Jamie Moyer grew up a Phillies fan. We’d heard all about it when he returned to the area to wind down his career,…

  11. ugh

    Dec 1, 2006, 2:30 PM EDT

    I’d like to thank the Eagles and particularly Winston Justice for sobering me up after a day of celebratory boozing and generally feeling on top of the world. Fans of both the Phils and the Birds will have to look past a horrible defeat at the hands of yet another division rival (and we haven’t…

  12. Memo to NY Post: The Best Team Won

    Dec 1, 2006, 12:55 PM EDT

    Back on the last day of August, Matt pointed out this brilliant quote from a NY Post writer: Memo to Jimmy Rollins: The best team won. Yes, it’s still the dog days of August and the Mets have to travel to beautiful Philadelphia tomorrow, but the NL East race is over. Though the Yankees are…