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Town Hall Meeting... (Vogey stole the show)


Pablo did not look huge.

Jeremy Affeldt was pretty funny.

So was Romo.

Ryan Voglsong was very emotional. Also, he relayed a personal bit of story I had not heard before. When he was with the Pirates, he apparently had a pretty rocky relationship with manager Lloyd McClendon, who had been pretty down on Ryan and his abilities.

Tonight at the Town Hall meeting, Vogey said that while he didn't make a big deal about it to anyone in the media at the time, it felt really good to go out and win game 3 of the world series, and show Lloyd McClendon (a coach for the 2012 Tigers) what was what. He called said something to the effect of looking into the dugout at McClendon and silently asking "how do you like that, punk!"

McClendon seems to have been one of many chips that have been on Vogey's sholders. As Ryan relayed this story, he was very emotional and red/teary eyed.

All and all, it was a very classy, intimate gathering on the club level at at&t park. I can't wait until you all get to see it broadcasted.

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