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'Hurlers beware' of Johnny Callison and Dick Allen

As Dick Allen noted on Twitter today, it has been seven years now since the passing of Phillies legend Johnny Callison.

'Hurlers beware' of Johnny Callison and Dick Allen

As Dick Allen noted on Twitter today, it has been seven years now since the passing of Phillies legend Johnny Callison.

Callison brought the kind of offense the Phillies could have used this year, or last year. Or any year, really. Now, we're considering Ryan Howard a platoon player.

So take a glimpse at Callison knocking one of the only walk-off home runs in All-Star Game history and try not to sigh too wistfully.

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