Found March 07, 2012 on For The Record Sports:

106.7 The Fan, the flagship station of the Washington Nationals, is running a campaign titled Forget You, Philly, or, #FUPhilly.

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  • This is a freaking joke,first you need to win something,having prospects,hopes and dreams dont make you anything besides being 30 games behind first,this dumb radio station is putting more problems on a young team,not only will you have more violence if you keep this dumb act up,but wait until the end of the year.
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