Saturday, August 29, 2015

This World Series run will be a bear!

If it's anything like last night, it'll be a hell of a ride.

This World Series run will be a bear!

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If the Phillies win the World Series this year they'll have earned it.  No more playing out-manned Milwaukee, the choking Dodgers or the just-happy-to-be-there Rays. 

They had an easy projected path for a week or so, hoping to play the gagging Braves, the happy-to-be-there D'Backs and the ultra-chokers of all time, the look for the nearest exit Dead Sox. 

Now they'll actually have to play the hottest NL team in the wild card, a much tougher Milwaukee team and the hottest of 'em all -- those never-say-die former Devil Rays.

If it's anything like last night, it'll be a hell of a ride.

Contact Don McKee at dmckee@phillynews.com 

Inquirer Sports Writer
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Don McKee arrived at the white Inquirer building the same month (August of 1974) that Richard Nixon departed the White House, but claims no connection. He has covered Penn State football, the Flyers of Fred Shero, the Eagles of Dick Vermeil and backed up several beats. After 25 years covering high school sports in three cities and two states, he says the only teams he is allowed to root for are Conrad Weiser High School and Penn State, his two alma maters. LIKES: Straight talk. HATES: Spin doctoring and mindless devotion to conventional wisdom. Reach Don at dmckee@phillynews.com.

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