The Next Champion in Philadelphia

By Zach Haines Twitter: @_zachhaines_ Instagram: @zachhaines15 The great city of Philadelphia is highly regarded as one of the unluckiest sports towns in the country. We can all count on two hands the number of championships all current standing teams have as a whole, being spearheaded by the Eagles with a resounding none. But, as 2008 proved […]

MLB’s Biggest Surprises and Disappointments in the Month of May

By Zach Haines Twitter: @_zachhaines_ Instagram: @zachhaines15 May is coming to a close, and that means another month is under the belt of this year’s MLB season. Last month, teams got off to hot starts, slow starts, and some teams just kind of existed. As another month has gone by, it is important to look at […]

MLB’s Biggest Surprises and Disappointments in the Month of April

By Zach Haines Twitter: @_zachhaines_ Instagram: @zachhaines15 The first month of the MLB season is usually a good indicator to see where all the teams across the league are going and where they will end up in the standings. Some teams have exceeded expectations thus far this year, where others haven’t really shown signs of […]

Welcome to Philly: Where the Sports Fans Are Too “Passionate”

By Kayla Solomon Twitter: @dontKAYme When it comes to sports, Philadelphia fans are in a league of their own. They’re obnoxious. They’re most likely intoxicated. If you ask one, they’d probably just say they’re “passionate”. In the Sixers season opener on Wednesday, there was one fan who caught the attention of OKC guard Russell Westbrook. […]

The Phillies Can’t Tame the Cubs in Loss

By Brianne Deville With two season shutouts already under their belt, the Philadelphia Phillies hustled to fight back against what seemed to be a two-man army at Citizens Bank Park against the Chicago Cubs on Monday night. Cubs right fielder, Jason Heyward, and pitcher, Jon Lester teamed up to dominate in the first game of […]

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