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December 12, 1980: Ted Simmons, Rollie Fingers and Pete Vuckovich to the Milwaukee Brewers for David Green, Dave LaPoint, Sixto Lezcano and Lary Sorensen.
Joe Simpson and Chip Caray are going on about how dangerous the Phillies are. Simpson thinks they're going to rip off a 10 or 12-game winning streak starting any day now.
It's nice to compliment the opposition, but is there any real reason that someone thinks that is likely?
It's probable Chip and Joe stopped paying attention in 2008.
They like Hamels and Lee, which is fair enough. They also seem to think that the Phillies have a really talented offensive core that has shockingly under-performed and is due to break out any minute. It's possible Chip and Joe stopped paying attention in 2008.
A's broadcasters raving about the BP session Matt Chapman took with the big league team tonight - showed very good power, and definitely passed the "eye test," as they put it.
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