Yesterday's Scores: Phillies 3, Mets 0
Today's Schedule: Flyers @ Devils - 7:00 PM (97.5 The Fanatic); Delaware Valley @ FDU-Florham - 7:00 PM; Marlins @ Phillies - 7:05 PM (CSN / 1210 WPHT, 94 WIP)
Trip to Fort Lauderdale for Flyers @ Panthers - October 9th-12th - More information here.
eickhoff impresses, as phillies complete sweep of mets with almost nobody there
But the end result wasn't! Jerad Eickhoff pitched seven scoreless innings, and gave up only four hits and a walk while striking out ten. He became the second rookie to record consecutive double-digit strikeout games since 1964. The other rookie: Cole Hamels, whom Eickhoff was traded for. Jeff Francoeur even has a man crush on this guy! With homers from Darin Ruf and Andres Blanco, the Phillies (62-97) won their fourth straight game and completed a sweep against the NL East champion Mets (89-70) 3-0.
The Phillies begin their final series of the season tonight at home against Miami. Aaron Harang (6-15, 4.86 ERA) gets the start for Philly, while Miami will send out Justin Nicolino (4-4, 4.16 ERA). And the Phanatic was also happy...(RECAP)
eagles will play washington sunday at fedex field and other news
Finally, if you've seen or heard, you may have know that the team is referring to Washington as, well, Washington. No mention of Redskins anywhere, on the media notes, on social media and online, and even in public.
joel embiid's cast to come off in "few more weeks"
chris porter claimed by minnesota wild
la salle-mcdonogh cancelled due to possible inclement weather
how a four-year-old is inspiring penn football
cheesesteak festival vendors officially unveiled
will car-free streets return to philly next summer?
snoop dogg is not a fan of josh scobee
james harden gets a truckload of crappy shoes delivered to his mansion
arizona state sorority girls don't care about the game, they just went for the selfies
today in history
- 1919: President Woodrow Wilson suffers a massive stroke, leaving him partially paralyzed.
- 1959: The Twilight Zone premieres on CBS
- 1967: Thurgood Marshall is sworn in as the first African-American justice in the United States Supreme Court.
- Don McLean (70)
- Sting, the musician (64)
- Mark Rypien (53)
- Kelly Ripa (45)
- Aaron McKie (43)
- Tyson Chandler (33)