ZWR and Evan’s Sports Annals Present the Official Ranking of the Best Athlete Ever Named Nazr in Philadelphia History by ZWR & The Evster Past installments in this series can be found here , here , here , and here . Screenshot courtesy of basketball-reference.com There have been many 76ers from the University of Kentucky. Almost all of them have had names.
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The Best Athlete Ever Named Nazr in Philadelphia History
Madison Bumgarner allowed three hits over seven innings, and Hunter Pence hit a two-run homer in the first as the San Francisco Giants toppled the Kansas City Royals 7-1 Tuesday night in the opening game of the World Series.
Ed Keegan, 75, who pitched briefly with the Phillies and Kansas City Athletics after a spectacular career at Haddonfield High, died Sunday at his daughter’s home in Franklinville, N.J., according to Larry Shenk, the Phillies’ vice president of alumni relations.
Welcome back Jerome Williams, it’s as if you never left…wait, you didn’t. Rather than allow him to hit the open market, Amaro inked Williams to a 1 year extension worth $2.5 million. Jerome was great with the Phillies over 9 starts, going 57.1 innings with an ERA of 2.83 and a 1.13 WHIP.
Welcome Back Jerome Williams
Vince Gennaro is a smart man. He’s a consultant to several franchises around Major League Baseball, advising them on how to remain relevant and competitive and financially responsible. He wrote a book years ago called Diamond Dollars: The Economics of Winning in Baseball, and in the late 1970s, before the acronyms WAR and FIP had become part of mainstream baseball lexicon, he created his own player-valuation system.