On a rainy humid Saturday morning in Horsham Pa, the first fans started to line up at 8:00 am to insure their spot to see the Phillies 2008 World Series trophy. Three hours before its scheduled arrival they came dressed in their Phillies tee shirts, or uniform shirts, hats, all sorts of clothing to […]
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Joe Cirilli, executive director of the Delaware County Athletes Hall of Fame, has announced that Bo Ryan,one of the respected Division 1 basketball coaches in the country, will visit the Mickey Vernon Sports History Museum on Wednesday July 29, 6:30 to 8:30. Ryan coach of the University of Wisconsin Badgers, has recently returned from […]
By Bob Warrington Introduction 2008 marks the 125th anniversary of the founding of the Philadelphia Phillies. Since that inaugural season, there have been a few great Phillies’ teams, some good ones, many mediocre ones, and too many awful ones. The fact that on July 15, 2007 the Phillies became the first franchise in any […]
by Max Silberman Shortly after Rusty Seitz reported the death of Bob Dillinger, Lou Parrotta was kind enough to pass on the news of the June passing of Jack Littrell at the age of 80, one of the younger Philadelphia A’s players leaving only 50 former players.
by Max Silberman In 1939, baseball celebrated 100 years and joining the celebration was Bill Lillard who made his debut with the A’s playing 2nd base and shortstop.
Saturday June 20th, 2009 The A’s Society & the Days Inn General Manager Joanne Zapata have arranged for a special Phillies fans review of the 2008 World Series Trophy. Come to the Days Inn on Easton Road (Route 611) in Horsham, Pa just 6/10ths of a mile off of the Doylestown/Jenkintown exit of the Pennsylvania […]