Phashback: September 30, 2007

On this day in 2007, the Philadelphia Phillies clinched the National League East. The Mets fell to a 7-0 hole against the Florida Marlins before the first pitch was thrown in Philadelphia.

The epic Mets collapse helped the Phillies win the division for the first time since 1993. There was a huge celebration at Citizens Bank Park that evening, as if it were a World Series title.

Click here to see the video and re-live the moment.


Ted said...

It was great to see the Phillies clinch!! Haha I didn't forget about you Amanda!! I am though quite startled by the way the Phillies have finished. It seems as though they haven't done it strongly, or strongly enough to please anyone. Good luck, and make sure you stop by my blog. ;-)

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