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6/25/2010-10:09am at 10:09 am (UTC -4)
Good to hear him feeling good in the field, but it’s still hard to get excited about him until I see him on the Citi Field grass in a game.
6/25/2010-10:25am at 10:25 am (UTC -4)
OK HERE YOU GO THE PHILLY PHANATIC GETS PHREAKY.
I of course always knew he was phreaky going back to last season when i wrote about him being seen in the Red Light District.
6/25/2010-10:32am at 10:32 am (UTC -4)
Wow.. I guess that’s an acceptable behavior down in Philly land with kinds…
6/25/2010-10:54am at 10:54 am (UTC -4)
Are you frigin kidding me?
At least he didn’t throw up on a little girl and an off-duty cop….well, maybe he did but the cameras didn’t catch it…
6/25/2010-11:24am at 11:24 am (UTC -4)
Assuming the Phanatic is a male whatever, is that what the kids today refer to as a tea bag?
6/25/2010-11:30am at 11:30 am (UTC -4)
There is something just so wrong with this…..
If they can fire a Perogie custom kid for making negative comments on his Facebook account about Houston(?) baseball owners, I can’t imagine with this little video should prompt. Then again, it is Philly…
6/25/2010-11:55am at 11:55 am (UTC -4)
For what it’s worth The Pierogi got his job back
6/25/2010-10:57am at 10:57 am (UTC -4)
Can’t hear anything…
6/25/2010-12:39pm at 12:39 pm (UTC -4)
sucks not to be able to hear youtube.
6/25/2010-11:29am at 11:29 am (UTC -4)
While I’m happy that Beltran is taking steps forward my excitement is tempered by the knowledge that coming back from a similar layoff it took Reyes roughly 40 games to rediscover himself. If Beltran’s process unfolds similarly then any true Beltran-esque contributions won’t come until mid-August at the earliest.
I’m in agreement with this. I just doubt Beltran comes back hitting the ground running – although it would be most welcome.
6/25/2010-11:48am at 11:48 am (UTC -4)
I don’t think the layoff ws the same.
Reyes had a few days of ST, then vegged on the couch for almost a month, then worked out and played for 1-2 weeks.
Beltran has been doing ST for what, 3 months now? and will have a couple of weeks of games.
So if anything, Beltran should be in opening day form, if not better, with all the work he has been doing!
6/25/2010-12:25pm at 12:25 pm (UTC -4)
Excellent point on the noteworthy differences in their respective layoffs. I’m still concerned that he will be a slow starter though because typically ST is roughly 30 games (I know the stars don’t start each one or play all 9 innings but) that follow a couple weeks of workouts.
Beltran has his couple weeks of workouts but so far he has had 1 partial game and somehow I don’t see him getting roughly 30 therefore I’m expecting rust.
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