Phillies Droppin' the Ball

Nothing is ever certain in the NL East, and the Phillies, slated to be the division leaders with their strong starting rotation and overwhelmingly powerful hitters, have fallen to two games behind Bobby Cox’s cult (team). Hmmm…maybe another ’96 is in order?

Is it still early? Yes. Is it of concern? Yes. Things have been erratic to say the least. But now the Phillies have to buckle down and grab some victories. The only issue: schedule difficulty. Up until the 22nd when they go against Cleveland, the Phillies have a slew of difficult adversaries up ahead. The Marlins are probably the easiest in the bunch, but they’re a division rival, and they may be smelling blood in the water. Actually, marlins aren’t the same as sharks, so I’m not entirely sure what it is they’re thinking about, but I’m sure it can’t be good for the Phillies.

Oh well.

At least if things don’t end up going the Phillies’ way, they can fall back on the fact that they have the hottest fan base in baseball.

I mean could you really say no to Erika Nicole?

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