Harry Kalas. That right there is my favorite Phillies emromy. Him calling the winning out. And those words that will forever live on. The Philadelphia Phillies are 2008 World Campions of baseball! He will forever live on in our hearts. Rest In Peace Harry. Rest In Peace. <3
I agree about Boozer and Miller not being perfect fits, btw. Although it’s funny that Miller is aylwas characterized as slow or plodding when for the past two seasons he’s been the trigger man for a team that likes to get out and run as much as possible. He wasn’t exactly slowing them down.
Hey Bry, I was thinking the same thing about the Cards ndeeing to play an extra game benefiting the Phils, but I don’t think it would have meant much. I do think it would have been important if Jaime Garcia was in line to start tonight, but he pitched Monday and wouldn’t have been available. Lohse would have pitched tonight. It would have resulted in a need to rearrange the order of SPs, but the same guys would be going. If they played tonight, I think the order would definitely have been:1 Garcia, 2 Westbrook, 3 Carpenter, 4 Lohse, 5 Garcia. Instead, it’ll be:1/2 Garcia/Lohse either order, 3 Carpenter, 4 Westbrook, 5 Garcia. This all assumes no one is pitching on 3 days rest and the Cards see Garcia as the Phillies biggest challenge (which I do)
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