Monday, August 31, 2015

Ruben Amaro makes actual roster move

Ruben Amaro makes actual roster move

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Ruben Amaro finally got the Phillies some bullpen help, signing Phillies World Series hero Brad Lidge.

It was only for one game so he could retire as a Phillie and spend the evening reliving his crowning achievement, but he was still more a effective signing in that one pitch than Jonathan Papelbon was all night.

Fortunately, we have the past, which we can slip into freely at any time.

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ALLEY-OOPS

John Wall is so fast, he can throw an alley-oop to himself in the time it takes people to realize this video is not real.

THE MAKINGS OF A CLASSIC

Bucks County is under siege at the moment, as an unknown creature remains at large, having been spotted twice by the same man.

It’s been described as a "hairless fox" and Syfy has already dispatched a writing team to figure out how to combine a million of them with the sexiest natural disaster possible.

AND YOU THOUGHT PAPELBON'S WAS BAD

The Mariners’ Henry Blanco was kind enough to deposit a souvenir for one lucky fan in the stands at Fenway Park last evening, but tragically bounced it off a Red Sox fan’s knee bone.

It was slightly less painful than what happened to the Mariners in the bottom of the ninth inning.

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FAN FAVORITE

Jim Belushi showed up yesterday – who cares where - to the delight of Jim Belushi fans everywhere. 

It's a good question. Belushi's timeless music and fellow celebrities attesting to his character have made him the icon of his generation, the Cubs seem to think.

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