Philadelphia Phillies Fly into the World Series 2008

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Not since 1993 have the Philadelphia Phillies made it the World Series (we’re talking US baseball here, folks). And not since 1980 have they won the overall championship. And, this week, the Phillies trounced the Los Angeles Dodgers to make it to the final playoff. Their opponent is as yet undecided (Tampa Bay lead the Bouncing Back Boston Red Sox 3-2 in their best of seven match, having rallied from a 0-7 deficit going into the bottom of the 7th inning to come back and win 8-7 last night…wow).  I send all my positive energy over to the Philadelphia team… and hope that I can rewrite my article in Sportingo (link here to my article, wherein I kabboshed Philadelphia and its sporting franchise’s propensity to lose), if not history…

May the city of Brotherly Love not Lose this one!  Naturally, I would like the Flyers to start winning games, too.  But I guess you can’t win ’em all.

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