Deadspin's Sign Of The Apocalypse

For nearly two decades now, Sports Illustrated has stirred the tea leaves to discern a weekly Sign of the Apocalypse. Deadspin salutes the magazine's ongoing effort to head off the end of times, but declines to quietly cede to SI the scoop on the biggest event in world history. » 9/15/12 5:00pm 9/15/12 5:00pm

Phillies Fans Find New Way To Embarrass Nationals In Their Own Park

As if the usual horde of Philadelphians and assorted bandwagoners outnumbering the Nats fans in DC weren't enough, they found a way to impose themselves on the action. After Danny Espinosa's home run in the fifth landed in a section of Phillies fans, one chucked the ball back on to the field as if it were a visitor's. » 5/31/11 10:13am 5/31/11 10:13am

Philly Gave Jayson Werth A Conflicted Standing Ovation Last Night

Jayson Werth, D.C.-area multi-millionaire, had his first at-bat at Citizens Park since the December 2010 deal last night. He was treated to a standing ovation of sorts, one that was one-part mostly-genuine strained clapping and one-part all-out disgusted booing (which quieted, slightly, when he tipped his cap), but… » 5/04/11 2:15pm 5/04/11 2:15pm

Phillies Fans Show Commitment To The Team By Doing Keg Stands On The…

Over the weekend, these Phillies fans celebrated a win by doing keg stands on the subway. What's impressive about this is the fact that somewhere between attending a Phillies game and getting back to their home (or maybe dorm rooms), these guys procured an entire keg and then somehow managed to elude any conflict with … » 4/05/11 4:00pm 4/05/11 4:00pm

Brett Myers is Full of Trickery

When not occupied with domestic abuse » 2/17/08 3:35pm 2/17/08 3:35pm or calling , Phillies pitcher Brett Myers fancies himself quite the mischievous clubhouse presence. Here, he's gotten manager Charlie Manuel, some beat reporters and GM Ruben Amaro in on the act of fooling pitcher Kyle Kendrick into thinking he's been dealt to a Japanese team.