Phils still trying to make the best of year-long home funk
Updated: June 17, 2009

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The Phillies dropped another home game, this time to the Blue Jays in an 8-3 extra-inning bullpen meltdown. The loss gives the team a 13-17 record at home compared to their major league-best 23-9 record on the road.

Despite their continued headaches at home, players like J.C. Romero and Clay Condrey have still managed to stay positive in an almost Bob Ross-like way.

“Bob Ross was a pretty cool guy and you can learn a lot from watching his old shows,” Condrey said after the game. “You’ll learn that allowing five runs in 1/3 of an inning isn’t really a ‘mistake’, just a happy little accident.”

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