Last Friday, the Phillies enshrined former first baseman — and three-time all-star — John Kruk in their Wall of Fame, the organization’s very own Hall of Fame.
He’s gone from coaching youth hockey in Northeast Philadelphia to helping teams conquer the world. And through it all, one thing has remained the same — his love for the game.
The Phillies find themselves in a rather unusual — and potentially sticky — situation at the moment.
The Dance with Celeste performance squad will shake their groove thing with the Phanatic on Aug. 26.
Kenny Searle scored a chance to travel the country and play a lot of baseball, thanks to the Phillies RBI Senior Team.
When the Phillies lost Jayson Werth over the winter to the surprisingly deep pockets of the Washington Nationals, the team’s lineup was left with a pretty glaring hole.
If you like the Phils on the field today, thank Pat Gillick.
Brandon Spatz is receiving the all-star treatment. The Father Judge wide receiver was invited to Football University’s Top Gun All-Star Camp in Virginia.
Local youth athletes are taking street hockey to the rink with the Torresdale Summer Foot Hockey League.
The Youth Development Mentoring Program recently celebrated the 2011 graduation ceremony for the Youth Development Speed and Agility Football Camp, a six-week training program that taught football basics to children in the Frankford community. Curtis “Boonah” Brinkley, of the NFL’s San Diego Chargers, was a surprise special guest at the event, which was held at the Frankford Chargers Field on July 13. Only in its second year, the Speed and Agility Football Camp has built a solid reputation throughout the Northeast. This year’s camp included 120 athletes ages 5 through 13. In addition to football drills, the camp offered comprehensive character building with emphasis on academics, discipline, respect, dedication, teamwork and leadership.