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3rd Annual Video Countdown

As I do each year around this time, the multi-cultural phamily of PhoulBallz celebrates Hanukkah by counting down the top 8 Phillies videos of the year.

Worth noting is that due to MLB being tight with video availability and embedding restrictions, this normally comes down to the top 8 Phillies videos that are available on YouTube.

So, light the menorah and check out the media player below to begin counting down with us.





In this video brought to you by the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, Ryan Howard, Raul Ibanez and Roy Halladay take part in a lengthy question and answer session with Phillies phans. Highlights include Howard talking about Subway sandwiches, Ibanez talking about the support of the Philadelphia crowds, Halladay mentioning how close he was to playing college basketball and Howard reminding us about how superior Davey Lopes was as a first base coach for the Phillies.

Happy hanukkah, everyone. Stay hot.

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