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Imagine If Houston Didn’t Go Verlander in Game 1

I was listening to the WIP morning show today while running an errand and heard Angelo Cataldi talking to MLB Network’s Harold Reynolds, and they were talking about the World Series, and how it’s going to be close. I was like, ok, I agree with that until he said, I

Baseball is Back with the Signing of Bryce Harper

Baseball has been slagging a bit. Even this season has started off without a bang thanks to Manny Machado (Padres) and Bryce Harper, waiting to sign. Harper finally signed and it’s a record haul, $13 years, $330 million dollars (people in Philadelphia will now remember where they were when this

The Phillies Should Stay Away from Harper and Machado

Bryce Harper and Manny Machado are both unrestricted free agents. Teams with a lot of money should think twice before hiring either of these players. One team, the Philadelphia Phillies, should stay far, far away. Manny Machado doesn’t hustle. Saying he doesn’t hustle is an understatement. Phillies fans used to get

Losing the Superstar Ballplayer

The worst part about sports is when a fan knows they’re losing a great player. Baltimore Orioles fans know that Manny Machado will be wearing a different uniform after the MLB All-Star break. Pittsburgh Pirates fans know the pain. Kansas City Royals do, so many do across a lot of different

Philadelphia Phillies vs. New York Mets Rivalry Bobblehead Unveiled

Limited Edition bobblehead commemorating the Philadelphia Phillies vs. New York Mets rivalry is now available for purchase exclusively from the National Bobblehead HOF. MILWAUKEE, Wi., May 11, 2018 – – Today, the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum unveiled an officially licensed bobblehead commemorating the NL East rivalry between the Philadelphia Phillies and New York Mets. The

The Same Old Mets

The Mets are the champions of April. The past few years this has been a constant. Sandy Alderson always has the team looking “good enough” out of the gate but it’s always lacking depth and that’s why May always ends in sorrow. They’re currently 1-8 this month. Last year the Mets

Resiliency is Mets’ Strong Suit

Rip the Mets. Praise them. Do whatever. One thing Mets fans can’t deny. Their baseball team is resilient. It has been that way for the last few years. Last night was a great example. The Mets rallied twice, and they finally won the game when Asdrubal Cabrera hit a three-run home run