Found April 10, 2012 on Phillies Nation:
In our latest edition of Phillies Nation TV, Corey and I come at you from Citizens Bank Park following the Phillies home opener, a 6-2 loss to the Miami Marlins.We breakdown everything we saw out of the players during the home opener and dig deeper with an entire segment dedicated to the men out in the bullpen. Also, be sure to look for the fan segment with Natalie out at the tailgates in the M Lot across from CBP. Some great predictions and a long bathroom line. You’ll see what I mean. As always, enjoy!
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