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Game 11 Recap- Phillies 3 Nationals 2 (10)

Freddie Galvis’ game ending single capped a two run rally by the Phillies in the bottom of the tenth inning today as the home team ended the Washington Nationals’ seven game winning streak with a 3-2 win (USA TODAY images). 478 more words

Phillies Come Back to Win 8-4-Photos from the Game

This has been a tough spring. My foot injury kept me from going to any Phillies games until today, the last game. On the plus side, the ticket was FREE, so there’s that. 268 more words


Spring Training 2016 Begins

For the casual fan, the first day of pitchers and catchers isn’t the most exciting. They come out and spend about half an hour stretching then break into work groups and go to different fields with different coaches. 177 more words


Let's Get The 2016 Phillies Spring Training Season Started!

It was one of those Ernie Banks,”let’s play two” days here in Clearwater. Especially when temperatures touch 70 degrees under a clear blue sky.

Phillies pitchers and catchers reported along with other position players who wanted to getting a head start on spring training. 298 more words

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Andrés Blanco: Angelitos Negros. 1948

About 1986 I became infatuated with the beauty of songs in Spanish and in that year I took a cruise which stopped for the day in Puerto Caldera in Costa Rica. 365 more words

Love Songs In Spanish

John Jay's DiFusco leads list of defensive football all-stars


Frank DiFusco

School: John Jay

Grade: 12

Position: Linebacker

Vital stats: The Section 1 Class AA co-Defensive Player of the Year was the driving force behind a Patriots defense that returned to the sectional final after winning it a year ago. 1,110 more words


Football Huddle: Red Hook emerging from the 'mud'

We’re all guilty of it, from the casual observer to the most ardent fan — anyone with any interest, really.

During a football season, we’ll skim the schedules and play the old “win, win, loss” game, predicting with near certainty a team’s fate based on its perceived talent compared to that of its opponents. 808 more words