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The Phillies Are Good, Like Really Good

After the first two hitters of Monday night’s game vs. the Phillies I said to myself, “Man, the Phillies are good.”

Like really good. Like the Cubs have no chance of winning a game in the post season against these guys.

Within the first five minutes of the bottom half of the first inning the Cubs were in trouble. Two runners on, no one out for the meat of the order, and if you think the Cubs have a good lineup, the Phillies is ridiculously good.

Roger Maris, er I mean Raul Ibanez, Ryan Howard and Chase Utley! No, that is not a fantasy lineup, that is a World Series contending lineup and the lineup of the defending champs.

Not only is the 3-4-5 good for Philly but also the top of the order features a former MVP (Jimmy Rollins) and the starting CF for the 2009 NL All Star team (Shane Victorino).

The Phillies are so good that even after the top and the meat you still have 2009 All Star Jayson Werth ready to clean up everyone else’s mess.

Sheesh, that is totally ridiculous and if I were a pitcher there would be a brown stain in the back of my pants every time I had runners on, nobody out for those bashers.


Matt Anaya
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