An interview with Larry Bowa
Dodgers coach prepares for NLCS against his former organization
You spent some time here in a number of different remakes of yourself. How would you describe Philly, Philly fans? What do you think of when you think of this place in terms of this?LARRY BOWA: They're very boisterous. I think they love their sports teams. They let you know when you're not doing well, but they also let you know when you're doing things right. And I know that Jimmy said something earlier in the year, we talked about it. The one thing they're not is front runners; they come out. They come out and support their team. Watching the playoffs against Milwaukee, it was quite a sight. And I told our guys if they thought Chicago was bad, they're in for a rude awakening, because it's not even close. Maybe because we sort of took Chicago out of it early. But it was like -- it's like a West Coast crowd in Chicago really. You don't like Dodgers crowds?
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