Posts Tagged ‘baseball’

The Enlightened Age of Philadelphia Sports

September 17, 2009

Philadelphia sports has entered an enlightened age.

A feel good era where the World Series Championship and the Dog Fighting Champion eclipse Willy Penn and his once threatening historic curse. In this era of hope we find ourselves bearing witness to a new fan!

Fans that do not have to follow a team for the year only to find out that once again their favorite Philadelphia team will not be going anywhere but into training for next year. No! I say! Philadelphia is once again flourishing besieged of shame, that is if we ignore the transportation system, politics, loss of libraries, recreational places, parks and an increase in police.

Goodbye to the old ways and hello to the new ones!

Here in lies example A:

Throw it back!

Throw it back!

We shall see a father who is with his daughter and due to the Phillies’ mighty batting and strong pitching is not drunk, angry, and abusive.

Had we witnessed the father five years ago and you might have found the child following the ball (down to the lower level).

Watch the Video here sports junkie.


“We Want Tickets…We Want Tickets…”

October 23, 2007

That’s what 100 Rockies fans gathered outside Coors Field in Denver were chanting after the ball club suspended transactions preventing anyone from buying World Series tickets online Monday.

Unlucky Rockies fan
Not even the rally cap can speed up this fan’s Dell.

“Right now we’re shutting the system down,” club spokesman Jay Alves announced outside the stadium, drawing boos from fans. “We expect to be online at some point.”


This is how the Phillies make me feel…

October 4, 2007


…my hope is dwindling.