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Philadelphia vs. Chicago: Union Douse Fire With Multiple Goals

The weather was cloudy, overcast, and in the mid 70’s at the start of the match on Saturday evening as the Philadelphia Union hosted the Chicago Fire at PPL Park. The Union held possession for a majority of the first half, garnering the only first half shot on goal. The Fire managed to test the […]

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Philadelphia Union vs. Seattle Sounders: Win, Lose, or Draw

The Seattle Sounders FC were in town on Saturday to take on the Union at PPL in a 4pm game and they brought the rain with them. The rain was so heavy at times before the game that it was hard to see but shortly before game time it slowed to a light drizzle. The […]

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Philadelphia Union Strike Gold in Inaugural Home Opener

The Philadelphia Union kicked off their second season in MLS with a 1-0 road win at the Houston Dynamo. The lone goal was scored by defender Danny Califf and goalkeeper Faryd Mondragon recorded three saves to earn the shutout victory. The Union played their second game on the season on Saturday afternoon in front of […]

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Philadelphia Phillies Playoff Predictions 2010 Edition (Update: Halladay Throws Game 1 No-Hitter)

The Philadelphia Phillies finished the 2010 Major League season with a 97-65 record, the best in all of baseball. After winning the World Series over the Rays in 2008 and losing last year’s World Series to the Yankees, the Phillies seem poised to make another run into late October/early November. Up first for the Fightins is the […]

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Astros and Replacement Umps Have Phillies Looking Like Chumps

After losing to former Phillies pitcher Brett Myers on Monday night, The Phillies lost again on Tuesday night in a (less than sweet) sixteen inning game against the Astros which saw Ryan Howard get tossed in the 14th inning by replacement umpire Scott Barry (the normal umpires are on vacation). Howard (who went 0-7 with five K’s) got angry at […]

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