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Wednesday, September 28, 2005
Phils Flop Again David Bell got thrown out at third in the eighth last night, as the team fell again to the Mets. Now, if the Phils win their last four games, they'll still need three Astros losses to even tie for the wild-card spot. Sigh. It's fan appreciation night tonight at Citizens Bank Park, but how much appreciation do you feel?