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Here are some cool links to enjoy on this rainy Monday.

Amanda reviews the results of our All-time Phillies phantasy draft. Guess who won! Yes, PhoulBallz.com drafted the best team, according to the people. My original post on the draft can be found here.

IronPigPen, the loser of the Phantasy draft survey, has a quick review of 2008 Phillie Les Walrond and his adventures in Japan so far this season.

FanIQ has some screen shots of the Washington Nationals and their misspelled home jerseys.

Crashburn Alley's got some fun Raul Ibanez .gif files, a graph comparing Ibanez and Pat Burrell, and glance at Josh Geer's pitches from Sunday's game.

The700Level has video of Raul Ibanez getting shaving creamed up, following his huge walk-off homer on Sunday.

BlueClaws TV has some guy named Muldo reminding you about the exciting home stand coming up for the boys in Lakewood. Wednesday's giveaway of a pine tree seedling, and dollar beers on Thirsty Thursday sound great to me.

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IRONPIGPEN said…
We have the poll result up for the all-time Phillies teams selected recently at the IRONPIGPEN today, as well.

Depending upon ones perspective, the results either aren't very pretty or, are indeed quite lovely!

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