MLB.com beat writers continue to troll the city of Philadelphia, leaves Kyle Schwarber, Trea Turner off the Top 10 Hitters Power Rankings List
Major League Baseball released their list of the Top 10 Hitter Power Rankings list ahead of Opening Day tomorrow and it’s beyond evident, they are trolling the city of Philadelphia.
MLB Top 10 Power Hitters: No Kyle Schwarber or Trea Turner?
Kyle Schwarber hit 45 home runs last season with 94 RBI, batting solely out of the leadoff spot. He is the definition of a power hitter and a great hitter at the major league level. When you lead the league in home runs, there’s really no other reason that you shouldn’t be listed on the list.
Honestly, it’s pretty evident that the national media propagandists do one thing and one thing only.
Troll Philadelphia sports fans on Twitter.
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Think about it. There’s really no other instance where a sports team is disrespected as much as Philadelphia when you see these types of rankings from any media outlet on television or the internet.
It’s always Philadelphia.
The fact that the National League Home Run leader in 2022, Kyle Schwarber, is not featured in the Top 10 Hitter Power Rankings List in the MLB list just a day before Opening Day is just ridiculous.
Like seriously. What are we even doing here?
Regardless, Philly sports fans should be used to this by now. We are currently in the midst of yet another NBA Deep State ploy to rid Joel Embiid away from winning the NBA MVP Award for the second (argument for third) year in a row.
On top of that, we just had ESPN release a ridiculous list of the Top 100 Players in the MLB and they had Bryce Harper listed at Number 58.
Yes. Bryce Fucking Harper.
Ah and let’s not forget our newly acquired shortstop who will now bat leadoff for the Phillies this season and is a career .300 hitter.
Trea Turner….? Hello?
Sure. Trea Turner is not on the list of best hitters in the MLB. That makes perfect sense, right?
Of course it doesn’t but whatever.
All of this could really be looked at as a compliment for Philly sports fans.
We are CLEARLY the most intelligent and passionate fanbase in the entire world and these national media outlets prey on us because they know damn well if they release some ridiculous rankings and purposely leave our guys off the list, then everyone on social media platforms will quote tweet, respond, and repost their horrible content.
Our problem, is the fact that by reposting the horrible content, you’re feeding into the machine we all hate in the first place and just like that, around and around we go.