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  1. Anne says:

    I think the Phillies have shown unbecoming conduct when it comes to starting the brawl with the SF Giants. In the future, they should learn how to grow up and to behave in the most appropriate manner when it comes to them being a visiting team from a place like Philadelphia. They should learn to avoid physical confrontation since the SF Giants are not to be blamed for such gross lack of sportsmanship. The Phillies may be a talentless bunch of misguided hysterics because of a simple sloppy error made by their own players. The San Francisco Giants are by no means responsible for such a sloppy mess by the ‘silly’ Phillies. And Tony Bruno who shows his enormous lack of respect for the San Francisco Giants by making derogatory and hateful comments about Ramon Ramirez. Have I been attending the game at the time when the brawl would have been observed, I would have simply leave immediately, because of the stupid Phillies who were ruining special moments not only for the San Francisco Giants, but for the fans of both the San Francisco Giants and the Phillies. As a longstanding supporter of the San Francisco Giants, I am gravely upset by both, the unprofessional conduct of Tony Bruno and the Phillies. Clearly, the Phillies should now learn from this experience and to never, ever do something like this again. As for Tony Bruno, I would greatly appreciate him to shut his irritating mouth in the future and to never, ever set himself inside the radio station again. Not only did he hurt Ramon Ramirez physically and mentally, but his acidic attacks have hurt the entire member of the Latino communities as well. I hope this photo will serve as a reminder how Phillies can sometimes be reckless with their offensive behavior. And, to me, that is completely unacceptable.

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