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Philadelphia Phillies vs. St. Louis Cardinals, Philadelphia, PA- July 31, 1990

by Randolph Owens

Back to Philadelphia on the same trip! This game was chock full of childhood heroes.

I hated the Cardinals, but who didn’t love Ozzie Smith!? 348 more words

Baseball

Lesser known players invited to Phillies spring training

Clearwater, Fla – Each year, hope springs eternal for a number of minor league players invited to Clearwater, Florida, to participate in Spring training workouts with the Philadelphia Phillies. 344 more words

Philadelphia

RIP, Players Falling Off the 2002 Ballot

The blood continues to spill at the HoME, not like the eleven obituaries of the last two elections, but today we narrow our field nonetheless. Just by a little. 738 more words

RIP, Obituaries Of Players We're No Longer Considering

Lin's Bin: Why Do Most Parents Take Little League More Seriously Than the Kids?

Lin,
Why do most parents take Little League baseball more seriously than the kids?
Lou Engleman

I have a confession. I was a Little League coach. 491 more words

Features

Collection Report: Lenny Dykstra

After completing yesterday’s inaugural Collection Report post, I decided to see which player in my collection had the most cards without my posting a single scan of one on this blog. 724 more words

Collection Report

Nailed! - The Rise and Fall of Lenny Dykstra

Mention the name of Lenny Dykstra to any Mets or Phillies fan and more than likely the response will be positive.  Lenny of course, being the spark plug that drove both of those teams to the postseason during his career.   782 more words

Baseball

Blind Side Director Sticks With Sports, Signs Onto Lenny Dykstra Film

Director John Lee Hancock has signed onto a film based on former baseball star Lenny Dykstra. The details are under wraps but Dykstra has had a colorful life, playing at the height of the steroid Era, issues with money and finally the law and jail. 7 more words

Film