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Good post Jason. Actually, I should say "good postS" -- plural. As I wait for the rain to subside here in Charleston, I caught up on the Phils via your reports.

There will be an average of 30,000 fans every night during this home stand. Notice the empty seats in Miami ? The opposite of cheering is not booing, it is apathy. Phiadelphia has passionate, knowledgeable fans.

Kenny Lofton violated the number one rule by which local fans measure players soon after his arrival in Philadelphia: he said he wasn't going all out for anyone under any circumstancs. Philadelphia fans literally despise that sort of attitude. True to form, Lofton could care less about that, too.

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