Found October 29, 2013 on Fightin For Philly:
5 years ago on this day, Brad Lidge threw a slider past Eric Hinske, and all our lives got a whole lot better. That iconic photo of Lidge kneeling, Chooch running out to embrace him before the two became the center of a dogpile created by their teammates will be the face of Philadelphia for years. That team pole vaulted Philadelphia fans into high they hadn’t felt since 1983, when the Sixers were the NBA Championships. Until the next championship, you can bet that we’ll always bring up the 2008 Phillies. That World Series win is ours, and we’ll boast it with pride.
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