Unlike (seemingly) half the people I know, I was not at the game Sunday when the Phillies finally made it back to the playoffs (but I plan on being there when they do it again in another fourteen years). I was, however, at the rally that was held for them at City Hall yesterday, and I have proof.
After several attempts to get a screenshot from the flash video of the rally, I finally gave up. But if you do watch the video of the rally (and you'll have to find it for yourself on the Phillies website, since there's no way to directly link to it), I'm the goofy guy in the orange shirt (hey, it's not like I've got a week's worth of red dress shirts hanging in my closet) behind the band, and I show up quite a bit in the first five minutes.
I, of course, forgot to bring my camera into work with me. A friend at work let me borrow his and it died after I took about three pictures. So, the only photographic proof I have for you of my attendance at the rally is from the front page of today's Inquirer. Yep, I'm on the front page of today's Philadelphia Inquirer. Above the fold, but without the helpful arrow.
I'm the guy with the big smile on my face.