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Phillies' Staff Getting A Reputation

In sports, it’s often not enough to just know you’re good. You want to have other people know you’re good and more importantly, you want them to tell you. Which is why quotes like this from Nationals manager Jim Riggleman make you feel all good inside.

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↵“When you come [to Philadelphia] you know you’re going to see a good rotation,” said Washington manager Jim Riggleman. “You just have to be ready to go out there and bang out a few runs and we haven’t been doing that often enough.”↵
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Can this please always be the case? Can teams always think “when you come to Philly you know you’re going to get good pitching?”