Tony Campo is joining the writing staff at Phillies Bell and tells how a kid from Wisconsin became a fan of the Philadelphia Phillies.
The final position-by-position comparison between the 1980 and 2008 Philadelphia Phillies world champions with Bake McBride and Jayson Werth in right field.
This trade happened in mid-season of 1910, which may seem like pre-historic times. 24-year-old first baseman Fred Luderus came to the Phillies from the Chicago Cubs for a 28-year-old Bill Foxen, a left-handed pitcher. It turned out to be a great Phillies trade. What classifies it as “great”? My ground rules: the new player must … Continue reading A century-old Phillies trade that paid off in a pennant
A position-by-position comparison between the Phillies 1980 and 2008 world champions continues in center field with Garry Maddox and Shane Victorino.
Reliving the brilliant performance by Cole Hamels for the Philadelphia Phillies in the 2008 postseason, when he was named MVP of the NLCS and World Series.