There are few teams in Major League Baseball as hot as the Philadelphia Phillies right now. There are perhaps even fewer players as hot as Trea Turner, who finished off a scorching hot August with four home runs in his last three games.

Turner signed a lucrative 11-year contract with the Phillies last winter. When he was not performing up to par for that deal, a lot of Philadelphia fans questioned his worth. A standing ovation from the City of Brotherly Love was all it took for Turner's fortunes to turn around though and his teammates have noticed the difference it made.

Nick Castellanos said the ovation made Turner feel more comfortable and hilariously shed some light on just how long the latter will be playing in Philadelphia.

“When Trea’s playing his last year here, I’m going to be in the bar with Liam having a drink,” Castellanos said. Liam is Nick's 10-year-old son who has quickly become a fan favorite in Philadelphia.

The Phillies All-Star outfielder, along with Turner, helped the team make some history in the month of August. Philadelphia hit 59 home runs in a month, the most in franchise history and third most by any MLB team in a single month since 1904. Nick Castellanos hit the record-breaker in front of a packed Citizens Bank Park crowd.

Since the standing ovation on Aug. 4, Trea Turner is hitting .365 with nine home runs and nine doubles. He's currently on an 11-game hitting streak and is helping the Phillies march their way into the postseason. Philly hopes this is the first of many seasons in which that happens.