While data, technology and a 162-game TV schedule afford Phillies fans unprecedented knowledge about their team, Stephenson provides a more intimate connection. With his camera and access, he has opened a window onto a baseball world generations of Philadelphians otherwise might never have seen.
"Neil Johnston truly is a forgotten legend," NBA blogger Drake Misek wrote in 2015.
The 21-year-old welterweight continues to up the profile of his fights, this time against fellow Philadelphia boxer Raymond Serrano.
Cross-country runners were told their sports bras were "distracting" to football players.
Conestoga defeats Souderton in a 2-1 overtime victory in the PIAA District 1 Class 4A girls' soccer championship on Nov. 3, 2018.
Based at Parx, Imperial Hint has finished 12th, sixth and third in three races at Churchill Downs. In his other 15 races, the 5-year-old horse has won 12 times.
Jaywalk, ridden perfectly by Joel Rosario, stormed right to the front, and none of the other nine fillies was a threat.
Twenty-five years after Dave Raymond stepped aside as the groundbreaking Phanatic, his career as a mascot guru is speeding along like the three-wheeler he once raced recklessly across Veterans Stadium's notorious turf.
In a memorably brief career, Van Dusen learned baseball's vices but never its secrets to success. Now, if anyone remembers him at all, it's as a baseball bust who became an historical footnote.
Ennis (21-0), coming off a third-round knockout in July, will battle Raymond Serrano (25-4), another Philly fighter, Nov. 16 in a 10-round bout.
Gritty's demented-goblin visage and social media snarkiness transformed a debut full of mockery into campy adoration. Intended to attract youngsters, he became a hard-edged Philly hero.
In a season when the roughing penalty has come to the fore, we look back at its Philly origins.
When you walked into Charlie Quinn's Deep Right Field Cafe, the small tavern across 20th Street from Connie Mack Stadium, the scent of history and spilled beer smacked you in the face.