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2012 Philadelphia Phillies Highlight Reel

With the door finally shut on the 2012 regular season the Phillies find themselves on the outside looking in for the first time since 2006.

With that said, we begin our look back on a season to forget, starting with this highlight video by reader of the site as well as a good friend and fellow member of the Dave Matthews Band fan site, Kevin Watkin.

Watkin has shared with us the past few years his highlight video of the Phillies regular season. The nine-minute video is set to Iggy Pop’s “The Passenger,” another great choice of music by Watkin.

Watch the video after the jump.

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2011 Regular Season Wrap-up Video

In the midst of a week-long struggle, we can still look back at this incredible 98-win season, the best the Phillies have put together in over 30 years and potentially the best ever.

Big time Phillies fan, Kevin Watkin of (goes by junior94 on the boards), compiled this video together highlighting the Phillies magical regular season from the magical signing of Cliff Lee to their division-clinching win last Friday.

Kevin did one last year as well, which we linked to. It’s good work, ladies and gents. Enjoy the video after the jump.

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A Great Phillies Highlight Video

You can find a lot of great fan-made highlight videos on Youtube. But, sometimes, the best ones get taken down because of Copyright laws and other BS that prevents people from showing their creative side (looking at you too, MLBPA).

Anyhow, a fellow member from that goes by “junior94” created this video of the 2010 Phillies regular season highlights. Using The Who’s “Won’t Get Fooled Again,” the video takes you on a journey of some of the biggest homer, clutch hits, strike outs, and defensive plays made by the Phillies this season. Just sit back and enjoy.

Click here for the video.


Be sure to look in the info bar as he also created a shorter version on YouTube that actually wasn’t taken down. Thanks, Kevin!