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Phillies look-alikes, Part 1

The Phillies are World Series Champions and, thus, are world wide celebrities. This recognition isn't enough, I tell you. Some of the champs could very well be confused with other major celebrities around the globe...or at least around my house. Let's dig in...

Two look-alikes in particular have been widely discussed. Geoff Jenkins even made a sign on the table covering at his autograph station at last year's Phillies Phestival that he is not Brett Favre or phormer Phillie Randy Wolf.
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Jayson Werth may be on his way to Wrestlemania. Jay-Dub is aware that he resembles Heavyweight wrestling champion Adam "Edge" Copeland. Are you?

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Carlos Ruiz's fame was boosted by TBS during the playoffs, but he might be ready for his own Comedy Central sketch show, as he looks very much like Carlos Mencia. Dee dee dee!


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And while I'm on television comedians, I'll even throw an ex-Phillie in the mix, by mentioning the resemblance between Vicente Padilla and talk show host Jimmy Kimmel.

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And finally, I think this is the most uncanny match of them all. Brett Myers could go from Citizens Bank Way to Sesame St. in order to meet up with his twin Bert!

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Amanda said…
Hhaha. Myers and Bert.
Jay Floyd said…
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GM-Carson said…
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Anonymous said…
oh my...

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