Jul 30, 2013, 12:16 PM EST
Ryan Howard held a charity event in Philadelphia last night to benefit Stand Up for Literacy and the local media used the opportunity to ask the injured slugger his thoughts on Jonathan Papelbon’s recent comments that were somewhat contro… OMG LOOK AT THOSE FLOATING HEARTS ABOVE HOWARD’S HEAD.
The event took place on Monday night at the Franklin Institute so there was quite a bit of interesting scenery. PHL17 has a nice photo gallery from the event and if your curious as to whether PhillyChitChat decided to wear shorts or pants, he has a photo gallery of his own.
Oh, and the above video clip features Howard and Rollins dancing around a question about Papelbon’s recent comments. Seems to be a lot of “whatever” around what this team has to say lately.
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