Found February 03, 2012 on Los That Sports Blog:
    Given the relatively close proximity between Philadelphia and Washington D.C. it’s understandable that when the Phillies and Nationals play there may be a decent number of fans of the away team in attendance. Philadelphia has won the NL East every year since 2007 and has one of the more passionate fan bases in [...]
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