Found March 06, 2012 on Nationals Enquirer:
Who cares if trWell, even if 106.7 The Fan's new #FUPhilly promotion fails miserably (like, say no Nationals upload videos using the hashtag or whatever), it has succeeded in pissing off Phillies fans. And for that, it is already a resounding success. See Tweets above, for example. Philly sports blog Crossing Broad ripped into the promotion on Tuesday, and apparently on Wednesday will be announcing its own DC Takeover for the Sunday night of Take Back the Park (May 6), claiming to have 200 seats in RF for the game. Ted Lerner might want to buy up all 3,737 seats available on the secondary market at the moment for the game himself just in case. It might not matter: By May 6th, with the Nats running away with the NL East and the aging Phillies mired in last place, those front-running a-holes probably won't show up anyway... Befriend the Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter.
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