Thursday, November 26, 2015

Wheels is not on Facebook

The page is run by an imposter, the Phillies confirm.

Wheels is not on Facebook


You're not really a Facebook friend of Phillies broadcaster Chris Wheeler.

As Comcast SportsNet's Leslie Gudel announced on Twitter (and I have confirmed with the Phils), Wheels is not on Facebook.

The page certainly looks real, displaying publicly available bio material and a photo.

The next question: Why would anyone want to set up a fake page for Wheels?

p.s. He's not on Twitter, either.
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