Love or Hate, Boo or Kiss: Titletown Rules In Philly

Posted: 21st October 2009 by Jonathan Mathis in MLB
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Welcome to Philly, the city of Brotherly Love. Wait, the city of Brotherly Love, not after the year of 1968 when they booed Santa Claus, becoming notorious for their infamous boos among four major pro sports teams. Fans booed merely anyone who underachieves or criticizes their city and even their own teams. At halftime of the Philadelphia Eagles game, Philly fansÆ booed and hurled snowballs at St. Nick on a snowy day at Franklin Field and watched the last-place Philadelphia Eagles finish the season 2-12, losing to Minnesota. In todayÆs era, Philly fansÆ continues to lack some class. When dislikable athletes remains healthy, they'll shout out disgruntled boos. For example, former Eagles quarterback Jeff Garcia absorbed a couple of hits that made him daze and confuse, when fans were appar ...

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