Pat Neshek scares Rhys Hoskins fans

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Pat Neshek scares Rhys Hoskins fans

Pat Neshek is unofficially a Phillie once again, and he’s got jokes.

The lone All-Star for the 2017 Phillies, Neshek wore No. 17 in his short stint with the team last season. No problem, when he rejoins the team in spring training this season, he will get his number back, right?

Enter Rhys Hoskins.

After a relatively slow start to his MLB career for the first few games, Hoskins went on an absolute tear, belting 18 home runs in less than one-third of the season during his rookie campaign. During that time, a lot of fans probably bought a ton of Rhys Hoskins No. 17 jerseys.

Well, Neshek is back and he wants his number back. He posted this tweet Thursday.

He let 22 minutes go by before responding with this Tweet.

Some fans were not amused with his first post.

That’s a pretty funny joke and it shows that Neshek, who is an avid baseball card collector, is a true fan of the game, kept up with how his former team was doing while he was away last season and has a decent sense of humor.

Looks like Neshek will find a new number, but Phillies fans will hope he’s just as effective in it as he was last season in No. 17.

Eagles fan's Christmas lights synced to fight song

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Eagles fan's Christmas lights synced to fight song

‘Tis the season.

Eagles season, that is.

As the calendar turns to December and the good folks of the area decorate their homes for Christmas, this hero decided to go ahead and win the holiday less than two weeks into the month.

E-A-G-L-E-S - Eagles! (Go Birds)

Posted by Deptford's Dazzling Lights on Saturday, December 9, 2017

This house, located in Deptford, New Jersey, has a light display synchronized to the Eagles' fight song.

Hopefully, there’s reason to keep this light display up into the month of February.

Eagles fans, you asked and Jalen Mills delivered

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Eagles fans, you asked and Jalen Mills delivered

You can't see it
It's electric!
You gotta feel it
It's electric!

You’ve seen the dance, you’ve seen the Gang Green shirts, now you can buy the shirt the internet has been clamoring to get.

Earlier Tuesday, Eagles CB Jalen Mills, credited with introducing the Gang Green shirts to the world, posted this on his Twitter and Instagram.

After a few weeks of being asked where to get the shirt, Mills delivered, and there’s even a reference to the Electric Slide dance the Eagles did two days ago in their win over the Chicago Bears.

A lot of the members featured on the shirt wore it pregame, with nicknames on the back like “Green Goblin” for Mills and “Brother Malcolm” for Malcolm Jenkins.

Visit to grab the shirt for $24.99 or any of the many variations of clothing it’s available in.