Found June 22, 2013 on The Daily Stache:
This has been the shortest “You Mad, Bro” in our short history. Philly game-threads across the internet are eerily quiet since the team has stunk– but we already knew Philadelphians were fairweather “fans.” From SB Nation’s “The Good Phight” Blog: Ughhhhh Jimmy. Ughhhh. “Dad on Dom Brown not scoring on Young’s single: “Why didn’t he go home?!?! Even I could score from second on that! He’s DUMBonic Brown! He must have a low IQ!”” “LOL METS” “phillie killin the wright *************** “LOL Mets! Just wing it.” “What kind of throw was that? lol Mets” “I’m starting to dislike Young more than I disliked David Bell. And I really, really disliked David Bell.” “Who is paying Sarge and Murph to suck off Delmon Young” “Amaro?” “Come on Chooch!” “Damn.” “sarge : he’s too young to be taking pitches. That’s choice nonsense vomit” ”“too young to be taking pitches”? Delmon? or Michael?” “Nice drop, Delmon.” “You fat ******* ‘ “‘Ryan Howard at bad’ hmmm…” “at least he didn’t tear his Achilles on the last play of the game there…”   From MLB’s Philadelphia Phillies Message Board: “Odds are somthing will go wrong.” “Lineup would actually look decent with a competent right fielder.” “They’ve got these scouting reports from seven years ago that say Delmon Young is gonna be pretty good someday” “OMG…Sarge and Wheeler putting me to sleep.” “I’ve got the Mutt feed. 9 innings of Ron “James Woods” Darling” “Simply a horrible 0-2 pitchby Hamels. Wonder who he’ll blame.” “BOOOOOOOOOOO, Hamels” “I’d like to know who does the makeup for the guy pitching tonight. He looks so much like Cole Hamels, but sure is throwing “Can anybody remind me why Nix is on this team?” “The two worst bullpens in the NL (Phils worst in all MLB) combined to give up 0 runs tonight. That’s… somethin.” “A loss to the Mutt’s. Game thread with 80 posts. Monty and RJA don’t realize fans are not going to continue to support this gang. Sell.” “Blow it up. The Phillies have lost their fight. Not a clutch hitter among them.” “The Mets own Cole Hamels, and always have.” The post You Mad, Bro? “Crickets In Philadelphia” Edition appeared first on The Daily Stache.
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