Found June 14, 2013 on MyTeamRivals.com:
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The Phillies won the last game in a three game series against the Twins, 3-2, the Phillies had 16 hits, several bases loaded and could only mustard up 3 runs! The main reason they were even in the game was due to Cliff Lee, this is the 4th time this season he has stopped a losing streak, now it was not because the offense game to play it was solely because Cliff pitched a great game. Oh by the way the phillies had 29 men LOB, so no matter what is used as an excuse for their poor production they can’t even force a run in.With that many opportunities I promise you I could have generated at least 1 more run, even if I was hit by a pitch. And I haven’t played baseball in over, well lets say many years. This team is appearing to be a shadow of what it was, players living off their résumé and collecting a lot of money at the same time. There seems to be absolutely no energy, electricity in the clubhouse, perhaps that sounds corny but I assure you if there is a solum attitude, complacency...
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