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Darwin Walker Jersey Needed

Hey all, I am looking for a Darwin Walker jersey (any size) for my classroom. I run one of the only ASCE sponsored Civil Engineering Clubs in the country (in South Philly) and, little did I know,...

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Raul Ibanez at Franklin Institute Lego Robotics Competition

Today I took some of my 7th and 8th graders to compete in the First Lego League robotics competition at The Franklin Institute. There were 19 teams crammed into a small space and my team happened...

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Chiefs Fans Cheer Matt Cassel Injury

Today, Matt Cassel was injured on a play against the Ravens and the reaction of more than a few fans was to cheer. Not to cheer for him giving a thumbs up to the crowd or walking off under his own...

Could CTE end football?

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At first glance, the idea may seem really dumb. I thought so too until I read the article. This guy is to the only one who raises the possibility of the league folding due to head inuries. This is an interesting article released last week about the ramifications of head injuries and the potential lawsuits that go along with them. Long story short, if insurance companies refuse to insure high school or college teams due to lawsuits based on head injuries (suicide with CTE present at autopsy), it would be very difficult to get people to sanction any kind of amateur game when referees and coaches would be opened up to multimillion dollar lawsuits. The article goes on to say that if it is uninsurable, and with no feeder systems in place, the league could easily fold.

The Yankees do it with their monetary muscle and the Phillies with their sellout crowds and the...

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The Yankees do it with their monetary muscle and the Phillies with their sellout crowds and the promise of a TV-rights bonanza come 2015.

Jeff Passan, discussing having 3 $20 million players

Ryan Howard donates 1.2 million dollars to school district of philadelphia athletics

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Ryan Howard donated over a million dollars to the school district of philadelphia for 57 high school athletic programs to get adidas equipment. Really cool to see in the wake of the former superintendent filing for unemployment.

Justin Timberlake Trolls Joe Buck

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This was linked on my home page on Facebook by a fellow Phillies fan. Amazin' Avenue gets credit for giving me my first big laugh of the day. I wasn't able to watch the All-Star game, but I feel like this is really all I needed to see.

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Best Philly sports story of 2010

Contenders: Michael Vick and his return to prominence, The sixers getting Evan Turner (at number 2), Roy Halladay (specifically, the post season no-no), or the Fly Guys dramatic comeback from down...

Jeff Passan on the four aces in the LCS

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I'm only posting this because I think his "weakness" is hilarious.

Joey Votto has no infield popups this season; Howard has only 15 his whole career

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The title pretty much says it all. This is amazing once you see where people like Albert Pujols sit this season.

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