Monday, April 6, 2009

Outtaherephils goes to the Opener

OPENING DAY: Brett Myers started off rough but regained his focus, but it was too late as te Phillies fell 4-1. The run came on a double by Eric Bruntlett

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Cole Hamels' Elbow Feeling Better

March 22, 2009
Cole Hamels is feeling better! He threw from the mound for the first time since leaving training camp. Cole recieved an anti-inflammatory shot and was able to throw almost two innings without any pain. He is planning to pitch in a minor league game this week. He is feeling good about the home opener on April fifth.

Saturday, February 28, 2009

Phillies Sting Rays, Triumph over TB, 12-5

The Phightins won their first game since October 29, 2008, the year that will easily go down in Philadelphia history as the "year of the fan". The big man Ryan Howard and fresh from the Phillies Minor League tree, John Mayberry, Jr. smacked one too.   Raul Ibanez, put on a hitting display as Kendrick want 2 2/3, surrendering 1 run.


Sunday, February 8, 2009

Howard gets his cash


Ryan Howard has just signed a 3 year, $54 million deal with the Phillies, avoiding arbitration.
He will make $15 million this season, $19 million next year, and tops it off with $20,000,000 in 2011.

Only a week until pitchers and catchers report.

The Phillies first spring training game is at home against the Blue Jays in Clearwater.


Monday, February 2, 2009

Just a Reminder

Just wanted to remind you that there is only 10 days until the spring training plane leaves out of Philly International on the 13th at 2pm

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Thursday, January 8, 2009

Chase Utley Rehab

Chase Utley had surgery on his right hip on November 23 spoke to the media on Dec 16.
Is he going to be ready to rejoin the defending World Champs in the spring of '09?
He is very optimistic and is planning to be part of the winning squad.

Rehab is going very well and he is working hard, and he wants to do it right so he does not have this problem again.

He has been in rehab for six weeks and each day, thing are getting better.

As a big Utley fan, I am looking forward to having him back full strength in the spring.
We all wish him the best of luck with his rehab.


Monday, January 5, 2009


Pat Burrell just signed a two year, 16 million $ deal with TB rays
More L8er,

Thursday, January 1, 2009

America's Pastime is all the time on MLB network

MLB network launches tonight at 6pm eastern. It is supposed to be like ESPN's "sportscenter" but devoted to the MLB. The Hosts include Barry Larkin and Mitch Williams. Tonight's agenda includes, a "hot stove" report, and a replay of Don Larsen's 1956 World Series Perfect Game.

Stay Tuned...


Sunday, December 28, 2008

Top 10 Plays Of All Time

Nolan Ryan's 7th No Hitter
At age 44, pitching for the Rangers, Nolan Ryan threw his SEVENTH NO HITTER.

Saturday, December 13, 2008

New Authors

Anyone who would like to blog should leave their email in the comments section of this article.
Yeah, I know the Phillies signed Ibanez and the Mets got K-Rod. I'm just waiting until more info is available before I write a big segment.

Saturday, December 6, 2008

Winter Ball

For those of you that love baseball...

I found a good internet game. Try it out. Just insert the web address below in your browser:


Thursday, November 13, 2008

Sweet Lou wins NL Manager of the Year, His Catcher wins the Rookie.

Though Charlie Manuel piloted the Philadelphia Phillies to a world series title, he is not any stage besides the flatbed truck back on haloween. Manuel was favored to win the NL Manager of the Year Award, but...

"Sweet" Lou Pinella, the Chicago Cubs skipper, won his third, manager of the year award.

On the other hand, Joe Maddon, won his first AL manager of the year award for winning the American League Pennant. The Rays finished with 97 wins.

Geovany Soto won the NL Rookie of the Year, with Maddon's 3rd Baseman, Evan Longoria, taking the AL honors.


Tuesday, November 11, 2008

If Burrell leaves...

With the focus on improving the rotation in this free agent frenzied MLB, who will play left field if Pat the Bat doesn't come back. Here are my picks:

1. Raul Ibanez:
Current Team- Free Agent
Last Played for- Mariners, 2008
Career Stats- .286 AVG, 182 HR, 794 RBI, 12 years.
Bats Left, Throws Right
Achievements- #330 on all time HR list
Chance of Signing: 55%

2. Matt Holiday
Current Team- A's (got traded on 11/10/08)
Last Played for- Rockies, 2008
Career Stats- .319 AVG, 128 HR, 483 RBI, 4 years.
Bats Right, Throws Right
Chance of Trading for: less than 1%

If you have any ideas on who should play Left for the Phillies, let me know!


Thursday, November 6, 2008

2008 Awards

Its that time of year. When the trees turn colors and the players head home, the big moment arrives. Filled with comments and controversy, the awards are what the deserving players get for their hard work. now, in 2008, its time.  Time for something new:

You can pick the president (OBAMA). You can pick your friends. You can pick your nose. Now, YOU can pick the winners. Yes, thats right, YOU pick the 2008 winners! To vote, just go to . Don't forget to vote for the 2008 World Champion Phillies! 


PS: For the biggest Oddity, vote for Chase Utley's "Vocabulary Slipups"!!!!

Thursday, October 30, 2008


Brad Lidge Steps onto the rubber. Top of the ninth; two outs. Runner on second. Three balls, two strikes. The windup and the pitch.

Eric Hinske chopped up at 96 mph fastball right down the heart of the plate. Inning over. Game over. Series over. Season over. Wait over.

Brad Lidge threw his glove up in the air. Carlos Ruiz rushed to the mound, a grin from ear to ear. Ryan Howard leaped on to the battery as the flyin' hawiian ran in from the outfield. Scott Eyre and Clay Condrey ran to the field from the bullpen.

The Phillies won the 104th World Series of Baseball, ending with a triumph and champagne.

Though there will be no more games, I will be covering trades, awards and wintermeetings as well as requests for other topics.

Until February (or sooner),