PHILADELPHIA- The Phillies proved again last night that you can never give up on this team, coming from behind to beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-4 at a frigid Citizens Bank Park. The mood on Broad and Pattison, last night, was solemn and quiet as the fans predicted a plane ride back to Los Angeles would beáinevitable, as the Dodgers handed the ball to closer Jonathan Broxton, whoÆs 98-101 MPH fastball hasádevastatedáopposing hitters this season. However, a little bit of hope started to creep back into the cold, quiet crowd when Matt Stairs stepped to the plate with one out in the ninth. Stairs went up there with one goal. ôI walked into the batterÆs box, and there was one thing on my mind, and that was to go for the Budweiser sign,ö the lefty slugger put it. Broxton, whoÆs no ...
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