A Search for Faith, Family, and Miracles
by Justin Calanoso

Posts Tagged ‘World Series’

Phils win! Phils win!

Wednesday, October 29th, 2008

To all long-suffering Philadelphia Phillies fans (myself included), congratulations! A great team beat a great team. Cut loose, Philly! You have waited a long, long time for this one.

APTOPIX World Series Rays Phillies Baseball

Talk about faith, family and miracles! This team has it all!

Tampa Tribune — Saints: Miracle workers

Monday, October 20th, 2008

Before the Tampa Bay area went nuts last night reveling in the success of the once-lowly Rays and their improbable journey to the World Series, Tampa Tribune religion writer Michelle Bearden offered a story in the Sunday paper about the power of saints in modern society. The story is here. Me and my cousin enter the story near the end.

For the record, I’m a Phillies fan, and have been since I was a Little Leaguer in Wildwood, NJ, going to the Vet with my pre-teen pals to see Steve Carlton pitch for a team that lost 100 games. If the Phillies win this series – their first since 1980 and second in franchise history — it won’t be a miracle. This team is really good!