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Phillies' MacPhail Fails to Impress

Andy MacPhail’s first press conference as a new Philadelphia Phillies executive failed for at least a couple of reasons. Read More

Gillick’s Words Indicate a State of Flux Exists

Pat Gillick’s six-word answer at Ryne Sandberg’s resignation press conference said it all about the state the Philadelphia Phillies are in right now. Read More

Brown's Promotion Led to Sandberg's Resignation

Ryne Sandberg’s nearly two-year tenure as Philadelphia Phillies manager was marred by organizational meddling, and Domonic Brown’s promotion was probably the last straw. Read More

Temple Puts Cart Before Horse With Rhule Contract

By giving head coach Matt Rhule a four-year contract extension, Temple became one of the few schools to reward an 8-16 coach. It could turn out to be a bad business move. Read More

Sixers Adding Okafor Saddled Knicks With Porzingis

The Philadelphia 76ers might not have gotten the player they wanted, but their pick of Jahlil Okafor resulted in the New York Knicks selecting Kristaps Porzingis. What a double bonus for the Sixers. Read More

Phillies' Franco Deserves All-Star Start

While it is too late for him to win the vote, Philadelphia Phillies' Maikel Franco has already proven to be the most deserving candidate to start at third for the NL in the All-Star game. Read More

Phillies Need to Get Mazara for Hamels

With Joey Gallo apparently off the table in a possible Cole Hamels deal, the Philadelphia Phillies are focusing on three Texas Rangers prospects. Read More

Dario Saric Stays In Turkey, Is a Bust For 76ers

With the news that last year’s No. 10 pick in the NBA Draft, Dario Saric, will remain in Turkey another year, comes the realization that he is Sam Hinkie’s first bust with the Philadelphia 76ers. Read More

Anderson’s Return Tips AAC Scale Temple’s Way

The news that Robbie Anderson, Temple’s leading receiver in 2013, has returned to the school has made the Owls the immediate AAC favorite. Read More

5 Temple Football Father-Son Combos

When it comes to father and son pairs who have played for the same school, few college football teams can compare with the tradition established at Temple University. Read More