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2 Is Not a Winner, and 3 Nobody Remembers

In case a 7 game win streak and being in first place are not enough to keep you Philadelphia phans smiling right now, due to concerns over losing Brett Myers or worries about Shane Victorino's hip, I've got a little something that should have you feeling better quicker than a hiccup.

The New York Mess are 4 games back in the NL East, were just swept by the lowly Pirates and the injuries keep coming for them. JJ Putz has elbow trouble. Jose Reyes is dealing with a torn hamstring. Those are both on top of the injuries to Carlos Delgado, Angel Pagan and Ryan Church.

Plus, just look at this picture of Carlos Beltran. Isn't it glorious?


Getting the feeling that everything is starting to fall in line? It's early, but...

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