Chase Utley and his pit bull rescue Jack

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here have some cute to start off the all star break

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06.26.14 - Phillies 5, Marlins 3

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theyseemerollins replied to your post: Phillies 5, Marlins 3 - 06/26/14

god people stayed up to watch this? :P

yes i did because i’m a true fan and ur not

theyseemerollinswhoops i meant to post this to my personal blog but whatevs
  • Hamels pitched pretty well and the offense scored 3 runs which was only enough to keep the game tied. 
  • Bullpen was pretty damn good tonight.
  • Utley walked it out off in the 14th with a two run home run!
  • David Buchanan was excellent. He went 7.2 innings allowing only 4 hits and 1 ER with 4 strikeouts.
  • Howard singled in the 4th to plate Chooch. Dom brought home Chase with a sac fly.
  • Howard hit a two run home run in the 6th. 
  • Papelbon threw a perfect 9th for his 17th save.
  • Phils have a nice little winning streak going on and have been playing great baseball lately. Hopefully they can keep this up for awhile!

6.14.14 - Jimmy Rollins set the Phillies all time hits record, surpassing Mike Schmidt, in today’s win over the Cubs. His record breaking 2,235th hit came in the 5th inning with a single to right field. Mike Schmidt came out to congratulate Jimmy after the hit followed by all of his teammates. Congrats Jimmy, this is a well deserved milestone!

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06.11.14 - Phillies 3, Padres 0 

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  • This game was pretty much a pitcher’s duel. Cole Hamels threw beautifully. He went 8 scoreless innings allowing only 5 hits with 11 strikeouts.
  • Papelbon threw a clean 9th inning and would earn the win.
  • Phils walked the game off in the 9th with a 3 run home run from Reid Brignac!

05.28.14 - Phillies 6, Rockies 3, Ryan Howard’s walk off 3 run home run

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This is to the Philadelphia fan. To laud your passion as best I can. Your loyalty is unsurpassed. Be the Fightins in first or last. We come to the park each day, looking forward to another fray. Because we know you’ll be there, we know you really care. You give the opposing pitcher fits because as one loyalist shouts, everybody hits. To be sure in Philly, there might be some boos. Because you passionate fans, like the manager, hate to lose. Your reaction to the action on the field that you impart, spurs us as broadcasters to call the game with enthusiasm and heart. We feel your passion through and through. Philadelphia fans, I love you.

-Harry Kalas