Forbes’ annual The Business of Baseball report shows that, as of this month, the Philadelphia Phillies are the fifth-most valuable franchise in Major League Baseball, worth an estimated $723 million.
Just last week, I was convinced it was too early to be concerned about the health of Chase Utley’s knee. Now that he is leaving camp to see a specialist, I’m not so sure.
Construction is underway at Pearson and McGonigle halls’ new basketball practice facility at Temple University. In an effort to help raise some extra cash, they’re selling nameplates in the locker rooms for a small fortune.
The new Phillies mural that is slated for one of Center City’s massive building walls got some help from actual Phillies players recently when they took time from spring training in Florida to tap into their creative sides.
The Phillies said they were going to take it easy with Chase Utley this spring, but he still hasn’t played in a game. That has some concerned, especially since we know Ryan Howard will miss a chunk of the early season.
My favorite prohibited clothing item from the list at XFINITY Live! Philadelphia’s website reads as follows: “When standing upright with arms at your side, shirt cannot extend beyond fingers.” Are we back in middle school?
Call the Yo Cuz Radio hotline and leave your best “Forget You, DC” voicemail. We’re confident that Philly fans can do a better job than those lame-ass DC “fans.”
There are obvious questions that need to be answered – like is Peyton Manning healthy, does he want to come to Philly, do the Eagles want him, can they afford him, what would they do with Michael Vick – but Manning in Philly would mean championship in Philly.
Last night’s three-point loss to VCU took away Drexel’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Now, they’ll have to wait until Sunday to learn their fate.
Former Philadelphia Phillies outfield Lenny Dykstra has seen more ups than downs since retiring from the game. He hit an all-time low last April when he was arrested for, among …