Philadelphia, PA - After an off-season that felt very, very long, the Philadelphia Eagles and the other 31 teams in the NFL are set to return this weekend. This comes after a virtual NFL Draft, limited training camps and practice, and not even a single preseason game.
Philadelphia, PA - For the third consecutive year, the Eagles have found their way to a post-season berth in a very unlikely scenario. Aided by the emergence of running back Boston Scott, the Philly offense has started to play much better down the stretch, and combined with the collapse of an uber-talented Dallas roster, the Eagles took the NFC East crown.
Philadelphia, PA - The Phillies have finalized their Opening Day roster for the 2020 regular season. The roster includes seven former All-Stars (20 total All-Star Game appearances), two MVPs, one Cy Young Award winner, and one Rookie of the Year Award winner. Nine players are making their first-ever Opening Day roster: left-hander Austin Davis, outfielder Kyle Garlick, right-hander Deolis Guerra, outfielder Adam Haseley, left-hander Cole Irvin, right-hander Trevor Kelley, right-hander Reggie McClain, outfielder Roman Quinn, and right-hander Ramón Rosso.
Philadelphia, PA - Citizen Bank Park, Before Friday’s 7:05 p.m. game against the Miami Marlins, fans are invited to watch the 2020 Phillies take the field for the first time during the team’s Nemours Opening Day ceremony, which will be streamed live on Phillies.com and the MLB Ballpark App. Pregame coverage will also air on NBC Sports Philadelphia, as well as SportsRadio 94 WIP and WTTM 1680 AM (Spanish).