A group of Phillies prospects was in town this week for the organization's annual prospects education seminar.
One of those lessons came from a legend.
Brian Dawkins, the most motivational athlete this city has ever seen, shared with the group his thoughts on playing in Philadelphia and responding to the passionate fan base.
"Playing in Philadelphia is different," Dawkins said. "If you get on the field, there is a 99.99 percent chance you will be booed. The thing I always knew though was that you may boo me that one time but I'm not gonna make the same mistake again."
The group included Alec Bohm, the Phillies' top offensive prospect, and Cristopher Sanchez, a pitching prospect with a 100 mph arm profiled here by Jim Salisbury.
Check out the video here if you're seeking some extra juice at the gym or just want to see Weapon X drop some jewels.
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