Nov 182010
 
Phillies Runaround: 11.18.10; Amaro, Werth, Boras MIA, more...

November 18: Philadelphia Phillies news and stories from around the web… For Phillies GM Amaro, quiet means busy November 18 Philadelphia Daily News columnist Bill Conlin: “Many major league baseball general managers would hear the word omerta and start checking baseball-reference.com for a Latino middle infielder. Omerta is a Sicilian-originated word for an oath of silence, [More…]

Nov 182010
 
Eagles Runaround: 11.18.10; Giants game, Peters, McGlynn, more...

November 18: Philadelphia Eagles news and stories from around the web… Eagles defense braces for Manning, Giants November 18 Philadelphia Inquirer: “The sequel is almost always worse than the original. If that is indeed the case, then the Eagles‘ secondary will have its hands full when Manning, Part II premieres at Lincoln Financial Field for [More…]

Nov 182010
 
Flyers Runaround: 11.18.10; Brawling, Tonight's Goalie, more...

November 18: Philadelphia Flyers news and stories from around the web… Who will be in goal tonight? November 18 Camden Courier-Post: “When it comes to choosing a starting goaltender, Flyers coach Peter Laviolette doesn’t always adhere to conventional wisdom. In fact, he often rails against it. When the Flyers opened the regular season on Oct. [More…]

Nov 182010
 
Sixers Runaround: 11.18.10; More losing, Iguodala's injury, more...

November 18: Philadelphia 76ers news and stories from around the web… Sixers can’t find a way to win against Raptors November 18 Philadelphia Daily News: “THERE was real evidence last night that the 76ers were trying to get back to the basics of the game. At halftime the players usually saunter on to the court [More…]

Sixers lose their fifth straight

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Nov 182010
 
Sixers lose their fifth straight

November 18 Philadelphia Inquirer:  “The 76ers and Toronto Raptors began the night tied with the worst records in the Eastern Conference. Then they spent the rest of night showing why – especially the Sixers. Following a five-game road trip, the Sixers returned to the Wells Fargo Center for the first time since Nov. 5, but [More…]