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Trivia Ticket Tuesday!

Folks, PhoulBallz.com would like to invite you to answer the following trivia question and get entered in a drawing to win 2 tickets to see the Reading Phillies visit the Trenton Thunder.

Aside from any current Phillies, who was the last Phillie to have at least 200 hits in a single season?


Send your answers to PhoulBallz@verizon.net, and please include your name.

Feel free to submit your answer to prove your skills and be considered for a yet to be determined runner up prize, even if you can't make the game. The game is on Monday, June 29th with a scheduled start time of 12:05pm. Two winners will be selected at random from eligible correct replies. The tickets, brought to you by Millennium Radio and PhoulBallz.com, will be available for pick up at will call.

The Reading Phillies start a four game series in Trenton this Friday, with 7:05pm games Friday and Saturday, a 6:05pm start time on Sunday, then the 12:05pm start time for the get away game on Monday. Click here for tickets.


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Clay Condrey will reportedly be placed on the 15 day disabled list, with Sergio Escalona being recalled.


The Mets continue to fall apart also, as Carlos Beltran is the latest Metropolitan to be placed on the DL.


The new Fox Sports 1310am forum is up and running! Please check it out to discuss all sports and more, with the likes of The Shore Sports Report's Joe and Mike, as well your favorite Phoul Ballz guy.

Comments

Jay Floyd said…
Only 1 correct response so far!?

Like I said, show your knowledge, even if you can't use the tickets.
Jay Floyd said…
Winners to be announced Friday afternoon. Keep the guesses coming.
Jay Floyd said…
Two winners of the tickets!- joe and nicole. way to go.

Correct answer- Doug Glanville.

Congratulations.

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