- The Phillies entered the bottom of the ninth yesterday with a 4-1 lead and the chance to sweep the Mets; a huge boost after getting swept by the Blue Jays. Jonathan Papelbon was sore so Antonio Bastardo took the mound.
The Phillies lost.
— Ryan Lawrence (@ryanlawrence21) May 11, 2014
- But wait, before they lost, the Phillies set the mold by deciding not to intentionally walk a batter in the middle of an intentional walk.
- Papelbon wasn't the only Phillies closer taking a time out this weekend.
- The Mets web site felt that the color of Daniel Murphy's bat really contributed to the home run that started a Mets late rally.
- Johnny Manziel will be receiving guidance on his career in Cleveland by a man who knows how to keep that town happy.
- There may be some confusion as to what defines a hit to the head in the NHL, but when it comes to water-related crimes, they are pretty clear.
- Unless you're subtle enough about it.
- Oh, Blake Griffin, no, n... no. No? No.
- Some ultra-rare Philly Five college lacrosse news made the national cycle last night, if you can freaking believe that. Drexel scored three times on Penn in 11.3 seconds. I guess I shouldn't have said that because that's the whole story.
- The Cubs are finally in the 10,000 loss club - wait. The Cubs are only just now in the 10,000 loss club? The club we joined started in 2007?!
- Exasperated by the Phillies' near-constant futility of the past seven games? Looking for a new sport to follow until Eagles season? Might I suggest MotoGP:
- Or perhaps Turklish Airlines Euroleague Basketball?