Jan 16, 2009, 5:00 AM EDT
Stephen Colbert credits the fine baseball team that plays in New York for the totally badass patch they will wear on their uniforms commemorating their inaugural season at Citi Field. Colbert notes, "the Mets chose a patch that uniquely captures the essence of the franchise. It's perfect. Notice the way the patch mirrors its fans by not actually wanting to say it's for the Mets." I won't ruin all of the punchlines for you. Colbert drills them quite nicely.
Colbert also touches on some interesting happenings in the city the Phillies play their Spring Training ball in — Clearwater, Florida.
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