Last night at the Phillies game, the team kept playing Paul McCartney songs. “Back in the USSR,” “Band on the Run”, “Day Tripper”, “Drive My Car.” And that was just in the first two innings. We had to search Twitter to make sure Paul McCartney hadn’t died and this was a tribute.
Fortunately, Sir Paul McCartney is still alive. But the playlist at the game last night was intentional: Today, the Phillies and McCartney announced he will play Citizens Bank Park on July 12th. Read more »
Photo | Dan McQuade
The Phillies are coming off a 99-loss season. They probably won’t be good this year — again. But a night at the ballpark is still a fun time, even if the Phillies are losing. And, this year, the Phillies are offering a heck of a deal for the first month of the season: Every game in April, besides Opening Day, for fifty bucks.
The Phillies’ “Spring Pass” will get you into 12 April Games — every game except Opening Day. Your seats will change from game to game, but they will be in the Terrace, Terrace Deck, Pavilion, Pavilion Deck, or Outfield sections. Read more »
Phillies right fielder Jeff Francoeur hits a double during the fourth inning against the New York Mets at Citizens Bank Park on October 1, 2015.
In advance of heavy rain predicted ahead of Hurricane Joaquin, the Phillies game was moved to noon today. Since the Phillies have 97 losses and the game was moved just last night, attendance today was small. Very small. It was the smallest attendance in the history of Citizens Bank Park: 13,238.
Of course, that number is not real. Your own eyes can look at photographs and see that literally no one was at this game. Read more »