Tony Campo is joining the writing staff at Phillies Bell and tells how a kid from Wisconsin became a fan of the Philadelphia Phillies.
The 1993 National League champions are the subject of "Macho Row: The 1993 Phillies and Baseball's Unwritten Code" by William C. Kashatus.
My fondest Phillies memory is a father-son moment wrapped up in the famous Phillies-Padres game of July 2, 1993, the game that ended at 4:41 am.
The Philography series of mini-bios on the playing careers of Philadelphia Phillies legends continues with colorful 1990's star John Kruk.
The underdog Phillies faced the defending champion Toronto Blue Jays in the 1993 World Series The Phillies reached the World Series, then got their fans all excited at the prospects of winning against their high-powered and favored opponents by splitting the first two games on the road. Coming back to Philly, emotions were high and … Continue reading 1993 World Series