Posts Tagged ‘Philadelphia Phillies’

Philadelphia Phillies fans react to Bin Laden’s death

May 2, 2011

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WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU COMBINE THE MAKE A WISH FOUNDATION WITH THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA?

January 22, 2011

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This could be the greatest Youtube parody video ever!

It’s a fake news report about a cancer-stricken little girl in Philadelphia whose dying wish is to heckle New York Mets third baseman David Wright.

The eight-year-old calls Wright a “scumbag,” and “human garbage.” She attends a Phillies/Mets game where she hurls expletives at the third baseman and ends up getting thrown out of the game for dumping a beer on him.

When asked about David Wright, the girl concludes her interview with the fake tv reporter by saying, “I hope he gets cancer like me.”

Hilarious!

REMEMBERING BASBALL’S ORIGINAL “FOUR ACES”

December 15, 2010

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THE ORIGNIAL FOUR ACES

Cliff Lee has yet to officially sign with the Philadelphia Phillies but already the “Four Aces” posters are being compiled. With a rotation of Roy Halladay, Lee, Roy Oswalt and Cole Hamels, many are touting Philly as having the best group of starting pitchers ever assembled.

However, the term “Four Aces” wasn’t coined for this particular group of pitchers. That distinction goes to the four first round picks of the Oakland A’s in the 1990 draft. Those four long-forgotten pitchers included Todd Van Poppel, Kirk Dressendorfer, Dave Zancanaro and  Don Peters.

At the time, Oakland’s “Four Aces” were hailed as the greatest haul of pitchers in the history of the Major League Baseball Draft. Yeah,…not so much. Van Poppel, a career underachiever, pitched in 11 Major League seasons, winning a total of 40 games (18 of them with Oakland.) Dressendorfer won three career games. Zancanaro and Peters never threw a pitch in the big leagues.

KIDS THESE DAYS

October 21, 2010

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PHILLIES FANS GREET TIM LINCECUM

October 18, 2010

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LITTLE KID DRINKS BEER AT PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES GAME

June 7, 2010

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RYAN HOWARD GARDEN GNOME

May 27, 2010

The Ryan Howard Garden Gnome, too reminiscent of a lawn jockey, will be given to the first 2,500 adults at the Reading Phillies´ game Aug. 3.

JAMIE MOYER BECOMES OLDEST PITCHER TO HURL SHUTOUT

May 8, 2010

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Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Jamie Moyer became the oldest pitcher in Major League Baseball history to throw a complete game shutout, Friday. He beat the Braves 7-0. Moyer is 47-years-old.

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PHILLY COPS TASER BASEBALL FAN WHO RUNS ONTO FIELD

May 4, 2010

PHILLY FAN: BEFORE

Phillies Fan Tasered

PHILLY FAN: AFTER

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PHAT PHILLY PHAN BECOMES LEGEND FOR PUKING ON 11-YEAR-OLD GIRL

April 17, 2010

 

MATTHEW CLEMMENS

A drunk, fat New Jersey baseball fan is the rage of the Internet after purposely vomiting on a Philly police captain and his 11-year-old daughter at a Philadelphia Phillies/Washington Nationals  game on Wednesday.

Matthew Clemmens, 21, from Cherry Hill, N.J. has been dubbed “Pukemon” and tagged by the Philadelphia Daily News as being “fast-tracked to the Philly fan Hall of Shame.” The behavior of Clemmens was so disgusting that the mayor of Philadelphia felt compelled to issue an apology.

Clemmens was arrested and charged with assault and harrassment.

At last check, Clemmens had appeared in some 666 articles nationwide condemning his boorish drunkeness. Newspaper writers from Boston to Detroit have gleefully piled on to take a shot at Philadelphia and the city’s out-of-control fans.

An Internet comment posted on Deadspin.com asked the question of the day. Was Clemmens’ puke Pat’s or Geno’s?