Phillies file trademark on 'Bedlam at the Bank'


The Philadelphia Phillies have requested to trademark "Bedlam at the Bank," the four-word phrase that Scott Franzke said as Citizens Bank Park broke into a state of jubilation after Bryce Harper's Game 5 NLCS home run against the San Diego Padres:

Harper's home run off of Robert Suárez gave the Phillies a 4-3 lead entering the ninth inning, with David Robertson and Ranger Suárez ultimately combining to close out the game and clinch the National League pennant.

Over on Phillies Nation, we ranked Harper's blast as the top home run in the first 19 seasons at Citizens Bank Park. There's a case to be made that it's the most notable home run ever hit by a Phillies player, although Mike Schmidt and Matt Stairs might have something to say about that.

Perhaps FOX's Joe Davis will trademark "The Swing of His Life" next.

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