Are You Fan Enough?

I attract crazies. I don’t say this to be mean, but really, it’s true. If you follow me on Twitter, it’s inevitable that at some point or another, you’ve read my rants on the stupidity that surrounds me at games. Between basically living at the Phillies and Flyers, I have heard the gamut of insanity come from the mouths of fans, and am still left speechless. Instead of presenting you with a Nationals Sexy Opponent, since I’d be kidding if I said they had anyone attractive left to profile, I present to you a quiz. Continue reading


Final Sexy Phillies Opponent of the Series, Marlins Edition: Logan Morrison

I’m posting this a bit late as WordPress and I had another fight and it wouldn’t work for me during the end of the Marlins series. Enjoy!

Since our favorite Marlins hottie Chris Coghlan has been shut down for some time now, I thought almost all the sexy on that field was gone. Of course it wasn’t, I just had to look. It’s pretty clear I’ve got quite a thing for pitchers and catchers, but I’d already covered John Baker, and was on the fence about Volstad and Johnson. In the end though, this final Marlins Sexy Opponent was the clear winner. Continue reading

Phillies Sexy Opponent of the Series: Ike Davis, NYM

I swear I wrote about this series’ Sexy Opponent earlier in the season, but apparently I have not. If I actually have and the search feature is failing me, well…enjoy a double dose of his hotness. But trust me, is this boy worthy of the title. I’ve been observing him throughout the summer, and after David Wright’s obscene display of gorgeousness, this guy definitely comes in a close second. Continue reading

Phillies Sexy Opponent of the Series: JA Happ, HOU

There are times in a fan’s life when a player is loved so deeply, it transcends all possible trades and even sometimes rivalries. It happened way back when with Tug McGraw. I should suspect it will happen with Philadelphia’s beloved Simon Gagne, the Flyer who was once our longest-tenured athlete and now a part of the Tampa Bay Lightning. These players aren’t necessarily here the longest, nor may they be the most productive, but we love them still and that’s something I know I can’t just shake.

Of course there were other possibilities for this series’ Sexy Opponent, and Lord knows there was no shortage of ex-Phillies. But one was so near and dear to my heart – and sexy as all get out, to boot! – that it was just no competition. Sorry, Brett Myers, that little Anthrax-band-member-looking billy goat on your chin just didn’t cut it. Continue reading

Phillies Sexy Opponent of the Series: Holy Hotness, Batman!!, LAD

Sometimes, it seems one person is the clear front runner in the Hottie department (see: Tim Hudson, ATL). Other times, there is such an abundance of good looks, it’s hard to decide where to feast your eyes. Because of this occurrence, the Los Angeles Dodgers have not one…not two…but THREE Super Hotties in today’s post! But how is that possible, you ask? Isn’t one truly hotter than the rest? The answer is no. One looks like the grizzled old vet he is, the other appears to be barely out of Pampers, and the third…well…he’s just riiiiight. And all three of them have names that begin with C!

Light some candles, pour some wine, get comfortable and enjoy…

The Los Angeles Dodgers Trifecta of Sexy

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Sexy Phillies Opponent of the Series: Rusty Ryal, ARZ

When I found out my dear, beloved Conor Jackson was traded from the Diamondbacks, I was bummed. He was the sexiest dark-haired beauty to grace Arizona, the perfect foil to blondie Mark Reynolds, and now he is gone.  In an effort to help me scope out new hotness, I took requests, but finally settled on this little bugger. This series, I decided to go for a different look. Blonde, yes, but not the typical look for me. In person, he’s quite attractive, so just trust me here gals (and guys…I know you read these). Continue reading

Sexy Phillies Opponent of the Series: Matt Holliday, STL

To say I’ve been less than inspired to write about our Sexy Opponents lately is an understatement. While the ASG Hottie Roundup was quite exciting, the Phillies have been the exact opposite. In fact I was so fed up after the Cubs series, that if you follow me on Twitter, you may have seen I actually cancelled the entire post! But alas, after four days of watching the slaughter that has been the St. Louis series, I am back, if only to give us a reason to keep watching. I’m going to take a break from the stats and usual background info, and just express my admiration for this series Fine Piece O’ Heiney. Continue reading