Will the Phillies Win The World Series Because They Went Green?

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That’s right, you heard it here first. The very first Major League Baseball team to “go green” is now up 3-1 in the World Series Championship against the Tampa Bay Rays, and it’s pretty obvious why: their addition to the Environmental Protection Agency‘s Green Power Partnership. Throughout Citizens Bank Park, the Phillies have been making changes become more energy efficient, and environmentally responsible. Some of their actions include giving Phillies players and coaches, and 100 lucky fans, 1 year credits for renewable energy for their homes, and during the games, volunteers even circle the seating bowl and collected any recyclable materials that might otherwise get tossed in the trash. So are the Phillies going to win the World Series tonight? Yes, but only because they’re green. 

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