Your Tuesday Morning Roundup

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The Phillies defeated Clayton Kershaw and the Los Angeles Dodgers last night. No, you didn’t read that wrong. The Phillies actually did earn the win over one of the best pitchers in the game last night at Citizens Bank Park, 4-3, thanks to a big grand slam from Aaron Altherr. Not only is it a rarity for a team to earn a win against Kershaw, but Altherr going yard with the bases juiced was even farther fetched:

The Phillies fans also still really like Chase Utley, as they should, and showed that last night:

Tonight Yu Darvish faces Aaron Nola in the second game of the series. I’m smelling a Rhys Hoskins homer.

Now to the roundup!

The roundup:

Joel Embiid took a swipe at Kevin Durant and his botched burner Twitter account compliments.

Jon Dorenbos may be the greatest person on Earth and what he is doing in the hospital is the case in point.

A pretty cool timelapse of how the Coliseum hosted two games in consecutive days this past weekend:

Our Kevin Kinkead listed his 10 takeaways from Sunday’s Eagles game.

This is a GREAT story about Jaomir Jagr

Kyle’s Bird Droppings are heated and a must read.

No one is looking at Fox Sports now that it abandoned the written word. Who would have guessed it?

Did you watch the Cowboys get destroyed on Sunday? Apparently PFF didn’t:

NFL ratings continue to drop, what’s the reason? Pick a spot on the Bingo board!

The Sixers unveiled their new court yesterday and it is beautiful.

Worried about Su’a Cravens when the Eagles face the Redskins. No need to worry any longer.

Our Sean Cottrell has a good breakdown of Sunday’s loss and screen passes.

Hurricane Maria is now a category 5 and made landfall last night.

We analyzed Doug Pederson’s Monday press conference.

Enjoy your Tuesday!

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3 Responses

  1. Impressive crowd to welcome Chase and see one of the best pitchers in the Majors.

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