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Check out the latest MLB 13 The Show video, featuring a full game between the Washington Nationals vs. Philadelphia Phillies.

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# 1 waynelaney123 @ 03/02/13 02:24 PM
the ball hits his butt and he complains about his arm
 
# 2 metsfan4life1 @ 03/02/13 02:28 PM
All this Nationals footage. How about we see some different teams :P I don't blame you guys though.. Nats have a dream team assembled.
 
# 3 PhilliesFan13 @ 03/02/13 03:05 PM
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Originally Posted by metsfan4life1
All this Nationals footage. How about we see some different teams :P I don't blame you guys though.. Nats have a dream team assembled.
The Nationals are in no way shape or form a dream team.
 
# 4 JWaLL @ 03/02/13 03:13 PM
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Originally Posted by PhilliesFan13
The Nationals are in no way shape or form a dream team.
Yea they do, best rotation in baseball and their lineup is stacked. Ian Desmond who hit 25 homers and batted over .300 will bat in the 6th spot. Thats pretty amazing
 
# 5 PhilliesFan13 @ 03/02/13 03:14 PM
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Originally Posted by JWaLL
Yea they do, best rotation in baseball and their lineup is stacked. Ian Desmond who hit 25 homers and batted over .300 will bat in the 6th spot. Thats pretty amazing
Agree to disagree.
 
# 6 Lovesports @ 03/02/13 03:14 PM
First, don't know why but the game skips a lot in this video conpared to other videos. Second, at 29:59 mark I love the toss by the second baseman to first. Definitely a new animation. Lastly, "thats a clown question, bro" I actually laughed out loud.
 
# 7 Lovesports @ 03/02/13 03:15 PM
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Originally Posted by JWaLL
Yea they do, best rotation in baseball and their lineup is stacked. Ian Desmond who hit 25 homers and batted over .300 will bat in the 6th spot. Thats pretty amazing
I agree, they are stacked!
 
# 8 bkrich83 @ 03/02/13 03:17 PM
Phillies fans are having a hard time adjusting to the fact they are a non-factor in that division now, and will never give the Nats any respect. It's just the nature of sports fans from that region.
 
# 9 PhilliesFan13 @ 03/02/13 03:19 PM
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Originally Posted by bkrich83
Phillies fans are having a hard time adjusting to the fact they are a non-factor in that division now, and will never give the Nats any respect. It's just the nature of sports fans from that region.
Far from a non-factor. When the Nationals win 5 division titles in a row, then I'll give them credit.
 
# 10 ajblithe20 @ 03/02/13 03:20 PM
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Originally Posted by bkrich83
Phillies fans are having a hard time adjusting to the fact they are a non-factor in that division now, and will never give the Nats any respect. It's just the nature of sports fans from that region.
Oh boy, the disrespect Philly fans receive. It's called passion. And before you bring up the Santa Claus thing at the Eagles game, let me tell you he was some drunk guy shouting curse words, not a big jolly man.
 
# 11 Lovesports @ 03/02/13 03:23 PM
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Originally Posted by PhilliesFan13
Far from a non-factor. When the Nationals win 5 division titles in a row, then I'll give them credit.
Last year and this year....a non factor. The Nats and Braves are the future of that division, phillies are getting old and ineffective.
 
# 12 metsfan4life1 @ 03/02/13 03:25 PM
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Originally Posted by PhilliesFan13
The Nationals are in no way shape or form a dream team.
Young.. Controlable pieces.. Franchise players In Stras.. Zimmerman and Harper.. That's THREE on one team. They have a top five lefty in Gio.. Their back end of the bullpen matches up with the braves.. I mean what is not to like about them?
 
# 13 BobSacamano @ 03/02/13 03:26 PM
Why is the hat sweat still a thing?
 
# 14 PhilliesFan13 @ 03/02/13 03:30 PM
Yeah, a non factor. Ok. Which is why Jayson Werth of the team you all speak so highly of thinks otherwise.

http://www.csnphilly.com/phillies/we...biggest-threat
 
# 15 Baseballking888 @ 03/02/13 03:31 PM
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Originally Posted by BobSacamano
Why is the hat sweat still a thing?
It was cool when they first added it, but it's getting pretty old seeing it almost every game, no matter the temperature.
 
# 16 ajblithe20 @ 03/02/13 03:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Lovesports
Last year and this year....a non factor. The Nats and Braves are the future of that division, phillies are getting old and ineffective.
Considering Utley, Howard, and Halladay were all hurt last year, and they've looked very good so far in Spring Training I wouldn't count them out yet. I agree the Nats are very good, but the Braves are a bit overrated. The Phillies, btw, still went 81-81 last year with such a beat up team. Old players can be good you know
 
# 17 ajblithe20 @ 03/02/13 03:33 PM
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Originally Posted by PhilliesFan13
Yeah, a non factor. Ok. Which is why Jayson Werth of the team you all speak so highly of thinks otherwise.

http://www.csnphilly.com/phillies/we...biggest-threat
Werth said it well
 
# 18 metsfan4life1 @ 03/02/13 03:37 PM
When I said dream team.. I meant they are still getting better and have many great years ahead. I didn't mean they're the 1998 Yankees or 1986 Mets.
 
# 19 ajblithe20 @ 03/02/13 03:38 PM
I wish someone would play a game with the Phillies while using the catcher view! Can't stand broadcast
 
# 20 N51_rob @ 03/02/13 03:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Lovesports
First, don't know why but the game skips a lot in this video conpared to other videos. Second, at 29:59 mark I love the toss by the second baseman to first. Definitely a new animation. Lastly, "thats a clown question, bro" I actually laughed out loud.
It skips because I didn't want to watch every cut scene and have the video take two weeks to upload.
 

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