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Game 2 Non-recap

The Dodgers won game 2 of the National League Championship Series. Second guessing moves made by Charlie Manuel, specifically removing Pedro Martinez from a game in which he was throwing a 2 hit shut out, won't do any good. Writing about Chase Utley's throwing error that extended a key inning for LA, for the second time in two days, can't improve the Phillies' status in this series. Talking about how stunned I am that Vicente Padilla threw extremely well against the Phillies in the playoffs will only aggravate me. Instead of reviewing the game that ended poorly, I offer these pictures of a cat nicknamed "Bird" wearing a Ryan Howard jersey. Get Bird to the plate, boys!



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uncle al said…
That is the cutest cat I have EVER seen! Whoever she belongs to is one lucky person.
Anonymous said…
Take the gift LA, cause you won't win SH*T in Philly!!!
Anonymous said…
UUMMMM....this cat is adorable!!! And not just because she is my four legged niece. ha ha
Jay Floyd said…
Hey gang, if you like this post and wish to have your Phillie'd-out pet featured on PhoulBallz.com, shoot me an email with your animal phan to- PhoulBallz@verizon.net!!

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