SCOTT KINGERY SET FOR RETURN TO LITTLE LEAGUE WORLD SERIES WITH PHILLIES

Twelve years after competing in the Little League World Series, Scott Kingery will return to Williamsport on Sunday as a member of...

FIRST PA. CASINO APPLIES FOR SPORTS-BETTING LICENSE. BUT NOT IN TIME FOR START OF NFL SEASON

Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course became the first to offer Pa. sports-wagering. It's expected to unleash a flurry of applications.

 
 
 

PHILLIES ADD EDUBRAY RAMOS FROM TRIPLE A TO BOLSTER BULLPEN

Edubray Ramos returned from the minors on Friday afternoon as the Phillies begin to put the finishing touches on the bullpen they will...

JESSE HART, BRYANT JENNINGS HIGHLIGHT BOXING CARD IN ATLANTIC CITY ON SATURDAY NIGHT

Super middleweight Jesse Hart will square off against Mike Gavronski, then heavyweight Bryant Jennings will take on Alexander Dimitrenko....

 
 
 

A PASSING GRADE FOR EAGLES OFFENSE? NOT UNTIL KEY WIDE RECEIVERS RETURN

The Eagles have a formidable group of wide receivers. You just wouldn't know by watching them this summer.

WILL POWER GOES FOR A THIRD STRAIGHT WIN AT POCONO RACEWAY

The Australian has won three of the last four 500 mile races in the IndyCar series.

 
 
 

EAGLES-PATRIOTS: WHAT WE LEARNED

Highlights and lowlights from the Eagles' 37-20 loss to the Patriots.

ST. JOSEPH'S PREP FEATURES HIGH-OCTANE OFFENSE | TRAINING CAMP PREVIEW

Kolbe Burrell and Marques Mason combined to rush for more than 1,600 yards and 25 touchdowns last season.

 
 
 

SIXERS HIRE A FEMALE SCOUT, LINDSEY HARDING

According to ESPN, Harding will be only the second female full-time NBA scout.

BUD GARDLER FUNERAL SERVICES SET FOR MONDAY

Funeral services for retired Cardinal O'Hara High School basketball coach Bud Gardler will be Monday, Aug. 20, at the high school....

 
 
 

PENN STATE LINEBACKER JAKE COOPER STAYS POSITIVE AFTER YEARS OF INJURY SETBACKS

The career of the Nittany Lions' senior linebacker from Doylestown has been marred by injuries. One of his support groups consists...

NICK FOLES' INJURY THE BIGGEST STORY AFTER ANOTHER PRESEASON LOSS | EARLY BIRDS

The Eagles don't just have a quarterback's knee to worry about. They have a shoulder to worry about, too.

 
 
 

ON GABE KAPLER'S PHILLIES, EVERYBODY PITCHES IN | EXTRA INNINGS

All the Phillies news you need to start your day, delivered straight to your email.

EAGLES WENDELL SMALLWOOD AND MATT JONES FAIL TO GAIN GROUND IN RUNNING-BACK BATTLE

The two, who are in a battle for the Eagles' final one or two running-back spots, did not seize the moment Thursday against the Patriots.

 
 
 

ARE THE PHILLIES A PRODUCT OF THEIR BALLPARK? | DAVID MURPHY

The Phillies continue to mash home runs at home. But look at what happens when they leave Citizens Bank Park.

NICK FOLES' PRESEASON PERFORMANCE AGAINST THE PATRIOTS? NOTHING SPECIAL | JEFF MCLANE

Foles had a rocky showing against the Patriots before leaving with a strained shoulder.

 
 
 

PATRIOTS 37, EAGLES 20

The Patriots beat the Eagles 37-20 in a preseason game at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA on Thursday, August 16, 2018.

PATRIOTS 37, EAGLES 20: FIVE QUICK OBSERVATIONS FROM THE SECOND PRESEASON GAME

Shelton Gibson secured his hold on the Eagles' fifth wide receiver spot and looks like he could be the team's season-opening kick returner...

 
 
 

THE EAGLES ARE THE TEAM THE PATRIOTS USED TO BE. NOW THEY HAVE TO FIND THEIR OWN WAY TO STAY GREAT | MIKE SIELSKI

It's easy to forget the similarities between the Eagles' and Patriots' first Super Bowl teams. With Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, New...

GABE KAPLER USING PHILLIES' POSITION PLAYERS TO PITCH WAS 'STRATEGY DECISION'

The Phillies have used position players to pitch this season, but relying on them for three innings was unusual. A blowout loss became...

 
 
 



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