Should the Philadelphia Phillies extend Jeremy Hellickson? That and other Phillies topics are examined in this week’s edition of “Phillies Nuggets” on SportsTalkPhilly.com.
The 19 year-old Korkmaz was drafted by the Sixers with the 26th overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft.
The 2016-17 season came to a close on Sunday evening for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, as they fell in Game 5 to the Hershey Bears, 3-2, to be eliminated from the Calder Cup Playoffs.
With RHP Aaron Nola placed on the 10-day disabled list with a lower back strain, the Philadelphia Phillies (11-11) will send RHP Nick Pivetta to the mound for his Major League debut Sunday afternoon in the series finale against the Los Angeles Dodgers (13-12) at Dodger Stadium.
The city of Philadelphia proved to be the NFL’s best pick during draft weekend.
The Sports Talk Philly staff attempted to grade the Eagles draft and gave their thoughts on the weekend as a whole for Howie Roseman, Joe Douglas and company.
On Saturday night, the Flyers luck changed. The lottery handed them a Top 3 pick at second overall. And suddenly, the Flyers were gifted a top prospect that could be a game-changer in the long run and NHL ready next season.
There was a common theme to these picks: upside and potential. While their impact may not be felt in the immediate future, the Eagles felt that they at least set the stage for the future.
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The Lehigh Valley Phantoms stayed alive again on Saturday night, beating the Hershey Bears in Game 4 of their first-round Calder Cup Playoff matchup, 4-1. The win, backstopped by a strong 27-save performance by Martin Ouellette, forces a winner-take-all Game 5 at PPL Center on Sunday at 5 p.m.
The Eagles have added four players as undrafted free agents: running back Corey Clement, quarterback/wide receiver Greg Ward Jr., center Tyler Orlosky and punter Cam Johnston.
Following some amazing luck at the NHL Draft lottery on Saturday night, the Flyers will have the second overall pick in the 2017 NHL Draft.
The Eagles selected defensive tackle Elijah Qualls of Washington with the 214th overall pick. Qualls is 6’1″ and 313 pounds. Here is a scouting report on Elijah Qualls.
With the 214th overall pick, the Eagles selected defensive tackle Elijah Qualls from Washington.
The city of Philadelphia will reportedly attempt to host the MLB All-Star Game and the Super Bowl in 2026. Read that and more on SportsTalkPhilly.com.
The Eagles added a very versatile defender with their second pick of the fifth round.
With the 184th overall pick in the fifth round, the Eagles selected safety Nathan Gerry from Nebraska.
After using their two fourth-round picks to take a wide receiver and a running back, the Eagles were back on the clock eventually in the fifth round — after trading down twice — and took another wide receiver, Shelton Gibson from West Virginia. Gibson is 5’11”, 191 pounds. Here is the scouting report on Shelton Gibson.
The Eagles traded down from 155th overall and again from 164th overall for the 166th overall pick and the 184th overall pick. With the 166th pick, the Eagles selected wide receiver Shelton Gibson of West Virginia.
After focusing on wide receivers in the 3rd round, the Eagles shift their attention the running backs, drafting Donnel Pumphrey with the 132nd overall pick. Here is a scouting report on Donnel Pumphrey.
The Philadelphia Phillies will reportedly be willing to take on money to trade Jeremy Hellickson this summer. Read that and more on Sports Talk Philly.
The Eagles traded the 139th overall pick and their seventh-round pick at 230th overall to the Minnesota Vikings to acquire the 132nd pick. With that pick, they selected running back Donnel Pumphrey from San Diego State University.
The Eagles selected wide receiver Mack Hollins out of UNC. Hollins is 6’4″, 221 pounds. Here is a scouting report on Mack Hollins.
With the 118th pick in the NFL Draft, the Eagles selected UNC wide receiver Mack Hollins.