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August 17, 2013

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Thomas Castelein

Firing any manager because of your teams performance at this stage of the season is a cowardly move by a front office that has usually let the manager down not the other way around. Charley was done at the end the year barring the the rest of the eastern division being struck down by God Himself. I always thought Rueben had a little class but now I changed my opinion. Baseball people know that Charley was adequate at best as a manager but he was a great baseball gentlemen who respected the game and its' integrity unlike the A-Roids and the others who cheat. If for no other reason than the fact that Charley is the winningest Phillie manager in franchise history; it would have just been a classy thing to do to let him finish out the year!! Thanks for the memories, Charley!! Thanks for being, Charley!!

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