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- July 11, 2013
Good effort by the Phils, who managed to squeeze one run across the plate in a 5-1 loss.
Kyle Scott is the founder and editor of CrossingBroad.com. He works sans pants.
Gather around fellow pions, our Lord thee Kyle of Scott hath onceth again proven us that he is the one true God of Philadelphia baseball. He knoweth all and the Great Rube hath best be willing to sell the team into squalor! The Great Kyle hath spoken!
Its “Peon”, but at least you gave it the old college try.
Damn. And I was a spelling bee champ. I am ashamed so I’ll blame my Blackberry instead of myself like most other Americans finding someone else to blame.
I take it on the chin quite often by home run balls. Kyle! Bring me my Mad Dog 20/20 now boy!
The fireworks came a night early, thanks to the quartet of gopher balls Mr. Pissing Excellence served up. That was certainly an ug-Lee evening at the Bank.
Uncle Chuck should nut up and drop Rollins down now that the Howard problem solved itself. Sure, he’s hitting .350 over the last ten games, but that .350 is 11 singles and one double. He’s scored 4 runs, stolen 1 base/been caught once, and walked exactly zero times. Plus he hits 50 points lower with bases empty. So why again is he hitting anywhere above 6th? At least lower some of his frequent popups might plate a guy from third more often.
I thought you already quit on the team kyle? Just like last year when you ran your end of days stories and we dominated the 2nd half as always and nearly made the playoffs despite being 14 games under 500
Sarcasm, you missed it.
He’s waving in all of our faces that he is right about the Phillies needing to sell.
Just reminding us how superior he is.
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