Found December 23, 2011 on Mets Guy in Michigan:
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Some silly Phillies fans are spreading ugly Twitter rumors that the Mets are going to trade David Wright to their goofy little team.Silly Phillies fans.The team would have to throw in Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee, that bell they broke and a Pat's King of Steaks stand to go alongside the Shake Shack for us to even begin the conversation. For one thing, nothing good comes of a trade with Philadelphia. Look at the track record. Over the years we've given them Tug McGraw, Roger McDowell and Lenny Dykstra. And what did we get back? Mac Scarce and Juan Samuel. (I'm not counting John Stearns and Del Unser. Work with me.)And for another, we've already given the Phillies a pair of division titles. Handed them to the team on a platter.I know it's better to give than to receive. But it's time the Phillies started sending something useful our way.One thing they're not getting is my sweet David Wright ornament. It's another Forever Collectibles ornament, which means i...
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