Dave Montgomery Takes Leave of Absence, Leaving Pat Gillick in Charge

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We here at Crossing Broad would like to wish Dave Montgomery a speedy recovery and Ruben Amaro a nice, forced vacation while Pat Gillick just maybe borrows the chair behind his desk for a little while.

7 Comments

  1. Pat Gillick, Hatchet Man ! He’s got to be pissed about how Rube ruined the team he built.

    • Let’s all hope that Mr. Gillick feels revitalized after taking this position and comes back to retake the franchise he once brought to glory, while simultaneously fixing the mess RAJ made of the Phils.

  2. Bobby from the Shipyard

    August 28, 2014 at 4:51 pm

    Hopefully Pat Gillick will force Amaro to finally bring up Maikel Franko.

  3. Catch a damned pass

    August 28, 2014 at 7:34 pm

    wait is this one of those CB jokes?

  4. Roadshow Porter

    August 29, 2014 at 8:12 am

    Only a disgusting slimey no good rotten cock sucking scumbag analmaster like Jim would make light of a serious situation in this matter. Jim Adhair, you are a disgusting pile of shit and a horrible excuse of a human. When youre done letting Kyle try and jam his flaccid chode into your asshole, get the fuck out.

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