Nick Pitts

Articles by Nick Pitts

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‘Ride out’ bad economy at local parks

The smell of cotton candy and shrieks of thrill seekers, two familiar scenes of summer, are on the horizon. But students are fearful that summer means empty wallets, small paychecks and no time for vacations.

Sports Scene: Harry will live on

It is through tear-filled eyes that I remember a man who came from the cornfields of Iowa and warmed the hearts of even the most callous of Philly fans. Harry Kalas, voice of the Philadelphia Phillies spanning my entire life, has passed away and along with him, so has April through September throughout the Delaware Valley.

Varsity blues continue for baseball club

As the sun sets on the Edith-Robb Dixon Turf Field and the lights warm up, a player attempts to field a routine pop fly ball when it seemingly disappears, then drops to the turf. "I lost it in the lights," he explained as the rest of his teammates laughed.

Sore reminder of loyalty, or lack there of

My worst nightmare has come true. Brian Dawkins is gone. The heart and soul of Philadelphia is gone. And the region is so painfully reminded once again, that sporting events are solely about money and how the superstars will be paid. Dirty, green money.

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Phillies Phever

Baseball fans live their entire lives idolizing guys like Babe Ruth or Joe DiMaggio, and watching postseason promos filled with the best playoff moments of all time. Kirk Gibson limping around the bases after a two-run walkoff homer in the '88 World Series, Toronto's Joe Carter and his winning bomb off Mitch Williams in '93 and Don Larsen's perfect game as a Yankee in '56.

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