I think this deserves a thread of it's own. Too many times Brandon Phillips gets negative publicity, now it's time he gets some positive recognition.
From Hal McCoy:
http://www.daytondailynews.com/blogs...cxtype=feedbotSay what you want about Brandon Phillips, whether he should have or should not have made public his feelings about the St. Louis Cardinals, he is a man of honor. He is paying for pitcher Johnny Cueto’s fine for Cueto’s part in the last Tuesday’s game when the Reds and Cardinals went Mike Tyson-Muhammad Ali on the baseball field.
Classy move by Phillips.