As if we needed further proof that Chase Utley is "The Man."
Well, we got more proof.
Utley didn't do anything special on the baseball diamond. After all, it's February.
Instead, he simply posted an epic video to his Instagram account.
How great is it?
So great that Utley is just casually hanging out with Kaitlin Olson and Rob McElhenney, two of the stars in the beloved television show "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia."
So great that it has the Rocky music and all three flapping their arms in support of the Eagles, who meet the Patriots on Sunday night in Super Bowl LII.
And so great that Utley provides the perfect caption for the video, adding a little extra spice to his statement just like he did the last time Philadelphia held a championship parade.
As many know, Utley was once a guest star in "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" and is admired by McElhenney's character, Mac.
Utley is still admired in Philadelphia even though he hasn't worn Phillies red since 2015.
But just when you thought the Eagles' hype video was all you needed to get fired up, Utley delivers a money moment — which he did so often in this city.
There’s nothing like taking the person you love to a baseball game on a sunny, 80-degree night in Philadelphia. Unless you just so happen to break up with that person, in public and loud enough for the entire Toronto Blue Jays bullpen to hear you.
Looks like you’ve got a chance to make up and get an outside opinion from several members of a professional baseball team!
If you happen to know this couple, let them know that the Blue Jays are looking for them and a happily-ever-after ending could still be in reach.
If not, there’s always "The Bachelor."
How about Where's JoJo?
It's always awesome when Joel Embiid pops up around the city.
Let's be honest, it's hard to miss the Sixers' 7-foot-2 big man.
Like the time he was playing ball on the playground by Pat's and Geno's. Or the time he was just casually going for a run through the Philly streets.
Embiid was back at it Friday, hoopin' on the blacktop and dunking on a poor fella that had zero chance but gave good effort. According to the Twitter account @FeliciaRicci, who captured it all, the park was near Whole Foods on South St.
And later in the evening, Embiid was clearly tuning into Game 6 of the Cavaliers-Celtics Eastern Conference Finals series. He had some fun on Twitter, of course, stemming from a tweet he sent out earlier in the week.
Not a bad way to kick off the holiday weekend for Embiid.