Public enemy number 1- Jimmy Rollins. With a 4 hit effort last night, Jimmy Rollins upped his batting average to the .300 plateau. He also went deep for the 25th time this season and stole his 28th base, giving him a solid chance at reaching a 30-30 season (something I never thought I'd see him do). He began the season by trash talking on the rest of the NL East calling the Phillies "the team to beat" and he's done everything within his power to make that statement ring true. Right now the Phightins are 3 back of both the NL East and NL Wild Card, but with a month of baseball left to play, October game action is still a possibility. I'm going to advocate for J-Roll for MVP, acting as his personal hype man, much like Flava Flav was for Public Enemy (minus being a skinny black crackhead that wears a viking helmet). Rollins plays shortstop, and he plays it well. By the end of the season he will have set career highs in runs, triples, homers, rbi, and most likely OPS and batting average. He means as much to the Phillies offense as any other player in the NL means to their team, so I give him the nod as 2007 NL MVP as long as he finishes up the season strong and the Phils remain in contention.
Bass! How low can you go?
Death row, what a brother knows.
Once again, back is the incredible,
The rhyme animal,
The infallible D. Public Enemy number one.
Turn it up! Bring the noise!
*Public Enemy and Anthrax teamed up for a killer track called "Bring the Noise".