Monthly Archives: March 2013

Ug-Lee

So you do the math.  Cliff Lee 5.1 IP, 9H, 6R, 4ER.  The good news is 7Ks and no walks, but that stat line is what would have Charlie at the podium at the end of the a game during … Continue reading

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Annual Jo-El Pilgrimage

I blogged in some detail about Jo-El a couple of years ago.  So why is this year different from all the other years?  Owing to the relatively early arrival of Pesach/Passover this year, and in anticipation of our attending Seder … Continue reading

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Doc Knows

Rest assured, Phillies fans.  According this interview, Roy Halladay knows what he has to do in order to adjust to the inevitable aging of his body and his arm.  After all, he’s a well-respected man about town doing the best … Continue reading

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10 Cane + Heron + Sunspot

The 10 Cane Jeep drove up on the beach and parked in front of Tate Island Grill.  Two 10 Cane girls got out, set up their props, then trayed around free samples.  Took two sips, slipped out the back, tipped … Continue reading

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First Walk-off

Adam Morgan started for the Phils today, and Gelb & Brookover tell us not to read too much into it.  The kid looked real sharp against the Braves.   Darrin Ruf would score the first two runs for the Phillies … Continue reading

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Another Year on Clearwater Beach

As we knew it would, the month of March has flown by again – seemingly as fast as the camera action in this video. Earlier in the month I posted a photo by Pier 60 artist Tom Yetter, who shot … Continue reading

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JetBlue Park

Jet Blue Park in Fort Myers, Florida, also known as Fenway South, is where the Phillies have traveled to play their Spring Training game tonight vs. the Red Sawx.  Pretty little stadium, it appears to be, though well outside my … Continue reading

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