And Now, Brad Lidge Signs a Prosthetic Leg

Kyle Scott - July 12, 2010

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I'm not sure what was more disturbing to Lidge as he stopped to sign autographs after yesterday's game, the guy who stuck his wooden Phillies leg in Brad's face and almost scratched his $80,000 car, or the guy who got in his grill and let him know that he is, indeed, the boss.

Video after the jump.


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