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Jerad Eickhoff, Phillies Starter

Jerad Eickhoff – a Future Philadelphia Star?

On Wednesday, Phillies pitcher Jerad Eickhoff pitched what was most likely the best game of his career. He didn’t let up a single run against the St. Louis Cardinals in a 5-0 victory to win the road series. Eickhoff went eight full innings and threw

Coach Therrien

Coaching Update for the Flyers!

This past Monday, the Flyers added Mike Yeo and Michel Therrien to their coaching staff as assistant coaches. Both were at the helm of contending teams two years ago in Minnesota and Montreal, respectively. Therrien has been out of the NHL for two years now. 

Flyers Head Coach Alan Vigneault.

Flyers Season Wrap-Up 2018-19

After a disappointing 2018-19 season, passionate Flyers fans don’t have much to look at. The highlights are unanimously agreed on as Carter Hart’s sensational rookie season, Sean Couturier’s second consecutive 30-goal year, and James van Riemsdyk’s return to Philly. The record, which was a disappointing

Playoff? Manager Gabe Kapler

Are the Phils Still a Playoff-Caliber Team?

As of May 6, the Phillies sit atop the NL East standings. But can they hold their own come playoff time? With some fans already giving up on our hopes for October, it may seem out of reach to aim for a World Series this

Andre Dillard

Andre Dillard Eagles Draft Pick Analysis

Andre Dillard, Offensive Tackle out of Washington State University   When the Eagles traded up over the Texans from the 25th overall pick to the 22nd overall pick to grab Andre Dillard, I was ecstatic. The dropoff from Dillard to the pick after him, another