Friday, October 31, 2014
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Phillies not even close to trading Domonic Brown to A's for Yoenis Cespedes

- The Phillies finally made their big move of the offseason last night, in the alternate universe where this fake Chris Cotillo from SB Nation Twitter account is the real Chris Cotillo.

Phillies not even close to trading Domonic Brown to A's for Yoenis Cespedes

- The Phillies finally made their big move of the offseason last night, in the alternate universe where this fake Chris Cotillo from SB Nation Twitter account is the real Chris Cotillo.

- In our universe, this is the fake one, though, making this tweet the next sick, fake entry into the modern art of pretending to be a moderately well known sports writer and getting a bunch of strangers to believe your lies for a second. The real Cotillo did have some choice insight on a deal that actually went down.

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- Cary Williams had a special message for Bruce Arians, the Cardinals coach who patronized Chip Kelly's offense prior to the Eagles' win over Arizona on Sunday.

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