Friday's Scores: Temple 37, Charlotte 3, Devils 3, Flyers 2 (F/SO); Delaware Valley 40, FDU-Florham 14
Saturday's Scores: Marlins 7, Phillies 6 (Game 1); Marlins 5, Phillies 2 (Game 2); Penn State 20, Army 14; Toronto FC 3, Union 1; Yale 27, Lehigh 12; Dartmouth 41, Penn 20; Delaware 24, William & Mary 23; West Chester 33, Lock Haven 9; Widener 27, Wilkes 7; Moravian 31, Ursinus 3
Sunday's Scores: Redskins 23, Eagles 20; Phillies 7, Marlins 2
Today's Schedule: Nothing, go watch Monday Night Football or Dancing With The Stars
EAGLES FALL TO REDSKINS 23-20 IN AWFUL GAME
PHILLIES AVOID 100 LOSSES, ALSO GET THE #1 OVERALL PICK IN 2016 DRAFT
MARLINS EXPRESS INTEREST TO LARRY BOWA FOR MANAGER'S JOB
FLYERS LOSE TO DEVILS IN PRESEASON FINALE
Also, keep an eye out for our 2015-16 NHL Preview during this week. We have previews forthe Atlantic and Metropolitan divisions up, with the Central and Pacific divisions today and tomorrow, along with predictions, and a full Flyers preview later on in the week!
UNION FALL TO TORONTO 3-1
NFL WENT ARREST FREE IN SEPTEMBER
COULD BEAVER STADIUM BE REPLACED?
NJ PRIEST ALLEGEDLY POINTED A GUN AT AN 8-YEAR OLD BOY BECAUSE HE LIKED THE COWBOYS
CUBS FAN STARTED A GOFUNDME TO GET STEVE BARTMAN TO THE WILD CARD GAME IN PITTSBURGH
COCA-COLA, VISA, ANHEUSER-BUSCH, AND MCDONALD'S CALL FOR SEPP BLATTER'S IMMEDIATE RESIGNATION
ONE L.A. DATA STARTUP FOUND OUT SCIENTIFICALLY WHAT'S THE BEST CHEESESTEAK
HOWARD ESKIN WANTS TO RUN FOR MAYOR BECAUSE HE'S ANGRY ABOUT NUTTER BLAMING MEDIA FOR POPE
TODAY IN HISTORY
- 1582: Because of the implementation of the Gregorian calendar (which is what we use), this day does not exist in this year in Italy, Poland, Portugal, and Spain.
- 1857: The city of Anaheim, California is founded. Go Ducks and Angels!
- 1921: The World Series is broadcast on the radio for the first time.
- 1947: President Harry Truman gives the first televised White House address.
- 1955: Disneyland Hotel opens to the public in Anaheim.
- 1962: The first James Bond movie, Dr. No, is released.
- 1970: The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) is founded.
- Barry Switzer (78)
- Steve Miller (72)
- Neil deGrasse Tyson (57)
- Mario Lemieux (50)
- Patrick Roy (50)
- South Park Mexican (45)
- Grant Hill (43)
- Jesse Palmer (37)
- Jesse Eisenberg (32)
VIDEOS OF THE DAY
Second, this was after the Red Sox-Indians game. Long time Red Sox announcer Don Orsillo called his last game after NESN, which is owned by Fenway Sports Group (who own the Red Sox), controversially announced that he would no longer call games for the station and was being replaced by Dave O'Brien. Red Sox Nation, and others from around the country, were confused and angry at the unpopular decision. Luckily, he'll be with the San Diego Padres to replace the great Dick Enberg starting next season. Here's his address to Red Sox Nation: