Mitch Williams Interview

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Philography: Mitch Williams

Mitch 'Wild Thing' Williams was both hero and goat to the Phillies '93 NL champions   It may be hard for many fans of the team to believe, but Mitch Williams only pitched for the Philadelphia Phillies for three seasons, from 1991-1993. But in those three short years, particularly for his final game in red … Continue reading Philography: Mitch Williams

1993 World Series

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