Saturday, November 28, 2015

Lazy Sunday

I'm glad today is Sunday.

Lazy Sunday


I'm glad today is Sunday.

The Eagles play today, which hopefully means we can stop talking about how Donovan McNabb didn't know the overtime rules. Things remain generally quiet on the Phillies' front. They're still working on a deal with Jamie Moyer. I believe a deal will happen at some point. It's just a matter of when. In other news, the premiere for Major League Baseball's “2008 World Series Film: Phillies vs Rays” is tomorrow night at The Bridge Cinema De Lux in Philadelphia.

I got an advanced copy of the DVD and let me say it is very, very impressive. I would say this is one thing fans will want to have.

The DVD goes on sale Tuesday.

You can go to a screening -- not necessarily the red carpet screening - by getting tickets at The other screenings, which also are tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m., are at Bala Theatre 3 in Bala Cynwyd, Montgomeryville 10 in Landsdale, Showcase at the Ritz Center 16 in Vorhees and Anthony Wayne Theatre 5 in Wayne.

Oh, found this at The 700 Level. Somebody put together a video of every home run the Phillies hit in the postseason. I, too, would like somebody to put together a video with just the calls from Scott Franzke and Harry Kalas and no music, etc. Anybody game?

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