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  1. Futbol in the Garden State

    Aug 1, 2005, 1:50 PM EDT

    Editor’s Note: This post by Sid. The level traveled outside of the sports Mecca that we like to call South Philly  for a short trip up the jersey turnpike to NYC and the Meadowlands.  The drive up the turnpike is as picturesque as a  sunset horseback ride through the grand canyon with your head in…

  2. Nothing to See Here

    Jul 31, 2005, 6:30 PM EDT

    The trade deadline has come and gone with no blockbuster deals getting done.  Billy Wagner is still a Phillie.  I think we should have dealt him to Boston for their nice prospects, that way you have something to show for it at the end of this season with which you can help build a winner…

  3. Wonderful Internets

    Jul 29, 2005, 2:18 PM EDT

    I’d like to thank the Bucket for sending me this link.  I’m partial to L.C. myself.  You older non MTV generation people may not understand.

  4. The Words of God

    Jul 29, 2005, 1:03 PM EDT

    Editor’s note: This post by Sid. "As you get to know me, you kind of figure me out, that I’m not as probably as bad of a guy that I’ve been reported to be. I’m not that jerk." – Owens to, October, 2004 "I’ll watch the highlights every now and then but, as far…

  5. Eagle shot in attempted Robbery

    Jul 29, 2005, 11:35 AM EDT

    From the Eagles Website: BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Defensive end Jerome McDougle was shot in the abdomen Thursday night during a robbery attempt in Southwest Miami. After undergoing surgery, McDougle is in good condition according to the Miami-Dade Police Department. … "Our understanding, as reported by the MDPD, is that Jerome is in good condition after…

  6. Guess who’s back: Atlanta

    Jul 28, 2005, 9:30 AM EDT

    It’s not like they ever really went anywhere, but with the crazy hot start the Nationals were off on Atlanta just reached the top of the division.  I don’t think they will be giving up that spot any time soon.  The Phillies went to Houston and got swept.  The Phillies are not a horrible team…

  7. 14.95 Down the Drain

    Jul 27, 2005, 9:57 AM EDT

    Being out of town for work recently means I haven’t had the chance to catch many of the Phillies weekday games lately.  They simply aren’t on TV where I am.  So last night I get back to my hotel room after a absolutely awesome day at work and go online to check the score of…

  8. LA shoots the shit with the level

    Jul 26, 2005, 4:47 PM EDT

    Editors Note: This post from Scott:I was at the moe. and Allman Bros. show at festival pier Saturday night and we ran into LA. My brother Adam spotted him in the crowd and ran after him. We caught up to him waiting in line for beer, grabbed a cold one from a cute beer girl…

  9. John Legend with Common – Electric Factory

    Jul 25, 2005, 8:55 AM EDT

    While Scott was chilling with Larry Anderson at the Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing on Saturday night to hear moe. and the Allman Brothers, I was at the Electric Factory for the John Legend show featuring Common and De La Soul. You may be saying to yourself John who?  The BBC Website has this to…

  10. Phillies Sweep the Padres

    Jul 24, 2005, 7:31 PM EDT

    It was a very good weekend for Phillie fans as the Fightins swept the Padres at CBP.  I spent Sunday at the park and it was a wonderful day for baseball.  I was at the game with out of towners (Baltimore, New York, Boston) and they all loved the new ball park here in Philly.…

  11. Chase Clutchly

    Jul 22, 2005, 11:29 PM EDT

    After a rather bumpy stretch, Chase Utley comes through in the clutch.  Phillies fans have to be excited, after seeing Ryan Howard hitting a walk off game winner Tuesday, everybody’s favorite second basemen won Friday night’s game against the Padres with a walk off two run shot.  Chase took a nice little hop after connecting…

  12. Trade: Worrell for Kata

    Jul 22, 2005, 9:39 AM EDT PHILADELPHIA — Tim Worrell’s tough season in Philadelphia ended late Thursday, when the club dealt him to Arizona for infielder Matt Kata. The Phillies also picked up a portion of what’s remaining on Worrell’s 2005 salary of $2.75 million. The veteran will be a free agent after the season. This trade means one thing:…