Phillies Win in Extra Innings

Plus: Mayor Nutter's flash-mob response, an award-winning journalist is homeless, 610 WIP might have a new home and more of what Philly is talking about today

Phils Win Another in Extras. John Mayberry Jr.’s ninth inning home run knotted the game up at three and Shane’s 10th inning blast gave the Phillies all the advantage they’d need as they beat the Rockies 4-3 in 10 innings. That makes the Phils 12-5 since the break and extends their winning streak to four games. [The 700 Level]

Mayor Nutter and Police to Coordinate Response to Flash-Mob Attacks. Next week Mayor Nutter expects to have many of the details of a cooperative response plan in place for when a flash-mob attack begins. The plan will incorporate the PPD, local businesses and—eventually—the district attorney’s office. Here’s an idea for stopping the attacks—it’s called a quality public education coupled with half-decent parenting. [CBS 3]

Linc to Expand Use of Concessions Stand Application. This year, fans with tickets in the club level will be able to order food from the concourse via an iPhone app. Your order—including team merchandise from the gift shop—will then be delivered to your seat. But, when the drunk guy in your section starts slurring his cheers and spilling beer everywhere, is there an app for that? [CBS 3]

Homeless Man Wins Journalism Award. Jose Espinosa lives in a Philadelphia homeless shelter. He lost his job and home while caring for his sick mother. He recently won an international journalism award for best interview in a street paper for a profile he wrote on a former boxing champ who is also homeless. [6 ABC]

610 WIP to Get New FM Home on YSP? After CBS Radio recently flipped two suffering stations in Boston and Baltimore to sports talk stations, speculations about a new home for Philly’s 610 have picked up speed. [Daily News]

College Student Arrested for Photographing Police Writes an Open Letter. A journalism student from Ohio was arrested in Rittenhouse Square for photographing police while an officer moved homeless people from the park. The accused has written an open letter to his arresting officer. After reading the letter, the Scoop has advice for both parties involved—do less. [Philebrity]