Philadelphia Phillies Club 2008

4/18/2008:

A big night tonight for the Phillies Club, as the hometown NY Mets travel to Philly for a series. Tonight at 7pm.

3/27/2008:

Do you dig the Philadelphia Phillies? Live in or near Hoboken?

Then head over to Mulligan’s this season to drink, bond and be merry will fellow fans.

Hoboken411 reader Furey has organized a club where like-minded fans can congregate and watch the games.

Check out his Google Group here or check out the Philly2Hoboken blog to get updates and official meeting dates & times.

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54 Responses

  1. homeboken says:

    [quote comment=”78849″][quote comment=”78842″]People care about the National League???[/quote]

    I think you should say:
    “Does anyone outside of New York care about any other sports teams?”[/quote]

    No. But when the Phillies Club somehow becomes Hoboken related business (hence it’s presence on 411) then we are reminded about the existence of second rate sports teams.

  2. 9 says:

    [quote comment=”78829″][quote comment=”78825″]Katie is feisty today. It’s kind of funny.[/quote]
    You coming out tonight? It won’t be hard to figure out who I am. :lol:[/quote]

    I’m not a Phillies fan. I am, however, a Ryan Howard fan and a Mets hater.

  3. jcasteli says:

    [quote comment=”78824″][quote comment=”78815″]Phillies fan club………….How gay[/quote]
    Almost as gay as coming on a message board, to the forum where it’s discussed, just to let us know we’re gay. But not quite as gay as just wanting an opportunity to meet new people that you have something in common with. I’m sure that’s REAL gay to you.

    Whatever. :roll:[/quote]
    That was great. So true.

  4. Furey says:

    Philly fans have a double header tonight with the Eagles fans meeting at Mulligan’s for 8pm and the Phillies fans watching the Dodger game at 10pm.

    Been a rough ride out in LA for Phillies…Mets and Phils are tied for 1st…42 games left with 5 key games:
    Aug 26 – vs. NY Mets, 7:05 PM
    Aug 27 – vs. NY Mets, 7:05 PM
    Sept 5 – at NY Mets, 7:10 PM
    Sept 6 – at NY Mets, 3:55 PM
    Sept 7 – at NY Mets, 1:10 PM

    I think its going to be another season that comes down to the wire.

  5. Furey says:

    NL East Champions, once again.

  6. Furey says:

    [quote comment=”75313″]You have got to be kidding me first the steelers and now the phillies. the phillies had 1 good fucking year and now they have their own bar hangout. dont you people know by now that it was a fluke last year oh and they really looked good in the playoffs too. LOL LETS GO METS![/quote]

    So, how do you like your crow?

  7. MorrisCK says:

    Anything Philly equals choke. The Phillies. The Eagles. The 76ers. The Flyers. Even your horses choke. Poor “Smarty Jones” couldn’t handle the pressure of Belmont. :mrgreen:

  8. Furey says:

    [quote comment=”111995″]Anything Philly equals choke. The Phillies. The Eagles. The 76ers. The Flyers. Even your horses choke. Poor “Smarty Jones” couldn’t handle the pressure of Belmont. :mrgreen:[/quote]

    Reminds me of the “1918!” chants from Yankees fans to Red Sox fans. You can chortle about it now, but i’m just happy to see my teams getting the chances to play in title games.

    Not many people expected the Giants to upset the Patriots last year, and they did. Don’t count out the Phillies.

  9. Katie_Scarlett says:

    [quote comment=”111995″]Anything Philly equals choke. The Phillies. The Eagles. The 76ers. The Flyers. Even your horses choke. Poor “Smarty Jones” couldn’t handle the pressure of Belmont. :mrgreen:[/quote]
    They may win, they may not. But how is it a “choke” situation? We got to the series, that’s awesome. This is my first chance to drink a beer while watching my team in the world series. I cannot believe it. I am so excited!!

    It amazes me the absolute level of hatred toward Philly teams/people that thrives in the NYC metro area. For a city of people who take pride in being the “Center of the Universe,” there sure is a lot of time wasted on hating your smaller cousin to the south.

    NYers often talk about how arrogant and rude Philadelphians are. . .but I’ve never seen arrogance on the levels I’ve seen up here anywhere else in the country or world (admittedly I haven’t been to France yet). I mean come on, “The City” and “Center of the World” really are two of the most arrogant terms – as though there is no other city. LOL NYers, can’t live with ’em, can’t kill ’em. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

    Go Phils!!

  10. MorrisCK says:

    [quote comment=”112041″][quote comment=”111995″]Anything Philly equals choke. The Phillies. The Eagles. The 76ers. The Flyers. Even your horses choke. Poor “Smarty Jones” couldn’t handle the pressure of Belmont. :mrgreen:[/quote]
    They may win, they may not. But how is it a “choke” situation? We got to the series, that’s awesome. This is my first chance to drink a beer while watching my team in the world series. I cannot believe it. I am so excited!!

    It amazes me the absolute level of hatred toward Philly teams/people that thrives in the NYC metro area. For a city of people who take pride in being the “Center of the Universe,” there sure is a lot of time wasted on hating your smaller cousin to the south.

    NYers often talk about how arrogant and rude Philadelphians are. . .but I’ve never seen arrogance on the levels I’ve seen up here anywhere else in the country or world (admittedly I haven’t been to France yet). I mean come on, “The City” and “Center of the World” really are two of the most arrogant terms – as though there is no other city. LOL NYers, can’t live with ’em, can’t kill ’em. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

    Go Phils!![/quote]

    You’ve got it all wrong. I’ve been to games in Philly and what goes on there with their fans is like no other city in the country. Vicious, hateful fans, looking for trouble. THAT’S where the animosity comes from. Remember, you’re the football fans that had to have a court house RIGHT AT THE STADIUM to deal with all the BS that goes on.

  11. Katie_Scarlett says:

    Morris- First of all, the Vet didn’t start the court in the stadium trend, I believe Dallas did. Next up, the Link is subdued . . .I miss the Vet. And finally, Phillies fans are not vicious. We’re sweet and cuddly!

  12. MorrisCK says:

    [quote comment=”112063″]Morris- First of all, the Vet didn’t start the court in the stadium trend, I believe Dallas did. Next up, the Link is subdued . . .I miss the Vet. And finally, Phillies fans are not vicious. We’re sweet and cuddly![/quote]

    From ESPN……

    The rowdy fan behavior became so violent — the 700 level of the Vet makes Raider Nation look like a tea party — that the city was forced to permanently assign a Common Pleas Court judge to the Vet on game day. Judge Seamus McCaffery handed out fines and jail time — while the game was going on! — in a make-shift courtroom in the basement of the Vet, the only stadium in league history with a judge on the premises to process the criminal element in the stands.

  13. sms says:

    I’m a Giants fan so it’s safe to say that I don’t like the Eagles. I’m also still bitter about Vai Sikahema beating up the goalpost. Anyway, you may like this article from Tuesday’s WSJ “NFL’s Eagles Tackle Drunken, Rowdy Fans”

    online.wsj.com/article/SB122393578191630373.html?mod=googlenews_wsj

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