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The Phillies are Getting Jerzified!

That Jersey Shore program sure was a big hit for MTV this winter. There was no avoiding this show. It was cheesy television at its finest. Even folks who managed to dodge what seemed to be 24/7 repeats of Jersey Shore for 8 or 9 weeks, were subjected to astounding references to the show via other media outlets. Everything from sports talk radio to your friends' social networking site updates were sure to contain blurbs, debates or content about the show.

With that saturation in mind, this week, I was wondering what some Phillies might look like, if they got Jersey-fied. I did some calculations...have a look-

Here is an image of how Carlos Ruiz would appear if he got a blow out and a sweet orange tan. Seems like he'd fit right in with the cast of the show. How do you say, "The Situation" en Espanol?


Oh, and next we have Ruiz's battery mate, Roy Halladay. Here's Roy with a spray tan, tats and his own blow out hair-do. Would night clubs allow a guy carrying a Cy Young Award in?


And here's a bonus one. Phils manager Charlie Manuel is seen here rockin' a faux hawk, an orange glow and a whole lot of muscles on the beach. The tan and the hair are worked up...but the physique is all real. Charlie dropped a bunch of weight this offseason, you know?

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