This is easily the most half-assed top 10 list you will read this year. But here are the top 10 Philly Sports Moments of 2012, as is tradition. There weren’t many, so hence the mailingitinedness of the post. I took your suggestions into advisement, and wanted to wait until today. You’ll see why.
For our first moment, we have to step outside of Philly (because there weren’t enough memorable moments to get a full 10).
It’s kind of sad that the biggest Phillies signing or acquisition was of their own, homegrown player. But it is.
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Well, it was fun until he had to actually play.
Rushing into Citizens Bank Park to catch Utley’s first at-bat since returning from having no knees, I feared that I would miss something special, cool. I didn’t. I made it to a railing behind the first level just in time to see Utley do the improbable, proving that he is still, in fact, the man.
Andre Iguodala hit important free-throws and Joshua Harris hugged like a woman.
This took on a life of its own as the day neared, reminding us all of what it was like when we had a competitive football team.
Just watch it, ejaculate.
2) Fired Andy
It actually happened. It’s going to take to next year until it sinks in.
By far the most entertaining, fun, exciting, memorable Philly sports game of the year.