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The Philadelphia Phillies clinched a postseason berth and the No. 1 spot in the National League Wild Card last night in walk off fashion against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
One thing is for sure. No other team in Major League Baseball knows how to celebrate quite like the Philadelphia Phillies. I mean seriously, take a look at the “celebration” that happened in Milwaukee after the Brewers clinched the AL Central last night.
How could anyone be excited about playoff baseball while rooting for these guys?
Milwaukee Brewers: Zero Vibes
Vibe Check: Zero https://t.co/jEmqbA5Gpo— Drew Smith (@drewmsmith) September 27, 2023
Clearly, the Brewers are missing someone in their clubhouse like Garrett Stubbs, who continued his Hall of Fame career as the ultimate vibes guy after the Phillies clinched the No. 1 Wild Card spot in walk off fashion against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Garrett Stubbs – Ultimate Vibes
Cher enters the chat pic.twitter.com/uetiPWQJrj— Alex Coffey (@byalexcoffey) September 27, 2023
Stubbs has the best job in the world. You play backup to the Best Catcher in Baseball, make fire Spotify Playlists, and keep the vibes inside the locker room at peak levels throughout Red October by partying your ass off and supporting the fellas from the dugout.
Just some guys being dudes pic.twitter.com/kls2i5tzfh— Alex Coffey (@byalexcoffey) September 27, 2023
At Citizens Bank Park last night, it wasn’t just Stubbs bringing the vibes. Rodolfo Castro, who’s only been in a Phillies uniform since the MLB Trade Deadline and probably won’t even make the postseason roster, made a case to keep him around in October with this performance in the locker room.
Fantastic News: Rodolfo Castro is adjusting to his postseason role as a locker room vibes guy. Love to see it. https://t.co/C6iz7xCJCT— Drew Smith (@drewmsmith) September 27, 2023
Then of course, you have Nick Castellanos, who’s always providing thought provoking, in-depth, details about his game and the Phillies as a whole any time a microphone around.
Nick Castellanos: Not A Damn Thing
The party kept going after the Phillies left Citizens Bank Park. Not to be outdone by the clubhouse antics above, Brandon Marsh was across the street at Xfinity Live riding the bull.