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There's Always Next Year, Reds Fans



First Roy Halladay . Then the offense rallied behind Roy Oswalt. Then Cole Hamels struck out nine in a five-hit performance.

Then Jayson Werth soaked his beard in champagne for the second time in about a week.

After polishing off the sweep of the once-hopeful Cincinnati Reds, the seemingly unstoppable Philadelphia Philles are headed to the NLCS once again with their eye on a third straight pennant.

No fans ran onto the field, no little girls were puked on. All in all, it was a successful series for the Phillies.

Our deepest condolences go out to all those Reds fans, who were pretty excited that their team made it to the playoffs for the first time in 15 years. Hang in there, Cincinnati. Once again, a eulogy in pictures...




Winner Winner NLCS Dinner...
[Crashburn Alley] | [The Fightins] | [The Good Phight]

You look like you need a hug...
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2 comments:

Megs said...

Umm... there's no crying in baseball Btandon Phillips.