Brashin...No disrespect meant to Utley...he is my 2nd favorite Phillie...even named my Westie puppy 'Chase'.
I'm only messin with ya Wischpan, he is one of my favorites, behind Schmidt
This game was a microcosm of our season. NL CHAMPIONS!
will make their 8th appearance in the World Series.It will be their 6th appearance in the last 50 years (1973-2022) -- only 3 teams have more over that time: Yankees, Dodgers, Cardinals. pic.twitter.com/1rCyTORXqL— schmenkman
) October 23, 2022
will make their 8th appearance in the World Series.It will be their 6th appearance in the last 50 years (1973-2022) -- only 3 teams have more over that time: Yankees, Dodgers, Cardinals. pic.twitter.com/1rCyTORXqL
House Money!!! What a game. The ride continues.gm
Man what a fun couple of weeks it has been.
Had em all the way, Harry!
Phils record after 11 postseason games in one season:
1980 7-4 World Champions1993 6-52008 9-22009 8-32022 9-2
So deliciously unexpected this year, so awesome!
As we were saying last time we were in Houston, just get in the playoffs, anything can happen.
Sitting where we were yesterday we couldn’t see the bullpens, so only a flash on the scoreboard could tell us if someone was warming up and who. So it was a bit surprising to see Ranger come out in the 9th!
I woke up this morning and realized it all wasn't a dream!
I'm really happy for everyone that is a part of this board. What an incredible run! Being at CBP yesterday with my Dad is a memory I'll have forever. Let's win four more!
Yeah, same (I think I was right below you). It made it more magical. I think most fans didn't realize, even if they could see the 'pen. Though I didn't figure to see Hand of Falter there.
And his joy during the award ceremony was amazing.
The Harper home run set to the music from one of the most iconic scenes from Moneyball. Incrediblehttps://twitter.com/Phillies_Muse/status/1584336410751819776
I too was really happy to see Ranger’s reaction during the award ceremony. We miss out on some bonding with our Spanish-only players. Ranger seems like a pretty cool guy. When he was with Lakewood, I saw him pitch in a game when the Blueclaws were in Hagerstown. Primarily I was interested in seeing Moniak at that time; who knew that the little known starting pitcher was going to be the more memorable Phille.
We were sitting in section 422, I could see it was a lefty but couldn't make out who. I was very happy to see it was Ranger!