Frank Stallone Sighting!

Frank Stallone Sighting!

Sly, and more importantly, his brother Frank Stallone were spending some time yesterday in South Philly and SallyMae Mosley was hot on the trail of the Stallone brothers:

Filming for the 6th Rocky movie continues.  Today, Stallone and crew spent the day at the Italian Market.
His roots are in Philadelphia's Italian Market.
To prove it, Sylvester Stallone  graciously signed autographs allowing hundreds to look on during today's filming.
Fans say he's genuine, the real deal!

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"He was so nice. I was in Rocky #I with you."

Frank Stallone:
"It's a pay back for making his life successful. This is the final symphony.

There is something that is truly inspirational about being in the
Italian Market with Sylvester Stallone.
In the real spirit of art imitating life, not only were folks getting
autographs behind the scenes, movie extra Elaine Harris of Mount Airy
plays her movie role.

Stallone admits this is the last movie we'll see the 60-yr-old fighter in the ring,  he might not be throwing in the towel.

Sylvester Stallone:
"There's always been a negativity to sequels ...but I like the sequels.
Everyday is a different chapter. It not like you record 3 hours of your
life and suddenly the rest of your life is not interesting. No."

I basically quoted the whole article, I just wanted to make sure everyone knew that Frank Stallone was in town.

Jeremy Hellickson leaves final start of season with right knee sprain

Jeremy Hellickson leaves final start of season with right knee sprain

Updated: 9:15 p.m.

ATLANTA — Phillies pitcher Jeremy Hellickson left his final start of the season Thursday night with a right knee sprain.

Facing the Atlanta Braves, Hellickson had gotten one out in the fourth inning when he waved for athletic trainer Scott Sheridan to come to the mound. Hellickson left the field with Sheridan by his side.

Hellickson did not allow a run in 3 1/3 innings. He gave up just one hit, walked none and struck out four.

Hellickson finished the season 12-10 with a 3.71 ERA in 32 starts. The Phillies acquired the 29-year-old right-hander in a trade with Arizona last fall. 

Hellickson will become a free agent after the World Series. The Phillies could extend him a one-year salary offer of $17 million. If Hellickson accepts, he would return to the club in 2017. If he rejects the offer and seeks a multi-year deal elsewhere, the Phillies would get a compensatory pick between the first and second rounds of next year's draft.