This feels remarkably familiar.

Jimmy Rollins is hitting baseballs everywhere, and the Phillies are making an improbable climb from a crater of a deficit in the standings. This same thing happened in 2007, when Rollins won the National League Most Valuable Player Award and Philadelphia overcame a seven-game deficit with 17 games to play to win its first NL East championship in 14 years.

The same sort of thing could happen in 2012.