Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Phillies put on another less than complimentary list

Having just recovered from being labeled one of the worst franchises in histroy, you may not want to see which team ranked #1 on ESPN's David Schoenfield's list of the worst MLB decisions of 2013.

Phillies put on another less than complimentary list

Having just recovered from being labeled one of the worst franchises in histroy, you may not want to see which team ranked #1 on ESPN's David Schoenfield's list of the worst MLB decisions of 2013.

Though you most likely will not be surprised.

Delmon and Michael Young actually cost the Phillies wins this season, statistically, and visually. They were both labaled "DH's" by their AL clubs, with the mobility of dead, deeply-rooted trees. Naturally, Ruben Amaro plugged them both as starting fielders.

Just remember, as you read, it is over. They are gone, and very soon, so to will be the 2013 Phillies.

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People who played for the Phillies this season who will be collecting playoff shares: John McDonald Delmon Young Michael Young

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