I was at the Phillies game tonight to interview a couple guys who are seeing 30 ballparks in 30 days (full post coming tomorrow). When the interview was over around the 7th inning, I decided to grab one of the many empty seats left from folks who had departed early. You never leave a baseball game early.
I have been to hundreds of them. I've seen a no-hitter, a cycle, a triple play, a World Series, and an All-Star game. Two things I've never seen? An inside the park home run and a bench clearning brawl. Back when I was young, I left a game early with my father and immediately after Juan Bell hit an inside the park home run, which was followed by a bench clearing brawl.
I no longer leave games early.
Good thing, because tonight, the Phils did it to Broxton again.
First hand video after the jump.
Seizure warning at the :15 mark.
(Heheheh, I “Googled” “Chooch”!)
THEY’VE DONE IT TO BROXTON AGAIN!!!!!
Great win, great post Kyle.
It’s not over till it’s over! The Phils just keep on fighting which is so great to see. That Chooch, man, he’s something else. Love it!
my head hurts and I have no voice, but this is exactly why I never leave a game early! HOPE YOU HAD FUN BEATING THE TRAFFIC PUSSIES!
Exactly…never leave a baseball game early. There is no time limit in baseball. In football if your team is down 21 pts with 2 mins to go, you can probably safely leave and only miss kneel downs or a garbage time prevent def TD for the trailing team. Same with basketball and hockey…a blowout near the end will remain a blowout.
Broxton is going to need therapy before facing the Phils again after Game 4 of the NLCS last season and now this.
Very shaky video Kyle.
Looks like you have some sort of neuromuscular disease? Maybe you should go see a specialist.
OMG!! Just amazing! I never give up on the Phillies and I was surprised I didn’t wake my sleeping kids I was screaming and freaking out so much!!! NEVER GIVE UP!!!
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