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An example is St. Louis's treatment of Brandon Phillips, who seems to be one of the more likeable players out there: he's good, he's smart, he's funny, he plays the game hard, and he seems to really enjoy himself on the field. Yet ever since Phillips called out the Cardinals as "whiny little b!tches"---which, let's face it, they are (were)---the city acts like he's the biggest jerk in the game. The lack of perspective and self awareness of the fans and media would be funny if it wasn't so tiresome and predictable.
between being outside and the breeze and acoustics and the tailgating and the energy of the crowd it was just complete FUN
County Stadium is probably my favorite MLB park of all time, as crazy as that sounds
This makes zero sense. Brandon Phillips started the grudge by calling the Cardinals whiny little #######. They certainly have a right to dislike him, even if he is an otherwise likeable player. Now the biggest jerk in the game is Johnny Cueto, but that's another story.
anyway, I am in line (yeah, going old school) for a bet and as I get to the window after being there for however long the window slams shut. Belmont is union operated and it was break time for the guy at the window
for the breeders cup. with European visitors laying thousands of dollars on each race. and this guy is allowed to up and leave
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