Jamie Moyer Becomes the Oldest Player to Ever Win a Major League Baseball Game

Plus: Corbett endorses Romney, the Phils fell to the Giants, the country's largest apartment complex for LGBT seniors, and more of what the city is talking about today.

Jamie Moyer Wins! The Souderton native became the oldest pitcher to ever earn a win in Major League Baseball when the Rockies beat the Padres 5-3. Moyer is 49 years old. [ESPN]

Get a Free Ivy League Education. Sort of. Penn and other universities have signed on to offer online classes for free as a part of a project started by two Stanford grads that aims to make a top-tier education more available. [Inquirer]

Corbett Endorses Romney. Everyone act surprised. [CBS 3]

Phils Fall to Giants. Two runs just couldn’t cut it as the Phils fell short after you went to bed. [Inquirer]

LGBT Housing Project for Seniors. A public-private apartment complex planned for LGBT seniors is expected to be built on 13th Street between Locust and Spruce. It’ll be the largest building of its kind in the country. [Metro]

Pens Suspended. NHL says James Neal and Arron Asham must pay a penance of one- and four-game suspensions, respectively. [Crossing Broad]

Groundbreaking for New Center City Hotel. Naysayers eat their words as ground is broken for the construction of Home2Suites at 12th and Arch. [Inquirer]

Eagles Schedule Released. Five prime-time games, Dallas on November 11th and December 2nd, home games against Detroit, Carolina and Cincinnati. Away at Pittsburgh. Season closes in the Meadowlands against the Giants. [Crossing Broad]