Wish You Were Here


We do. We really do. We love seeing Phillies fans during spring training. It’s such a great time to get up close and personal with your favorite Fightins. Now that spring training games are underway, fans get to see the Phillies bats begin to get active. Just yesterday against the Yankees, three solo homers by Freddy Galvis (against Tanaka!) followed by Mayberry and Chooch with back-to-back HRs highlighted the game. If that doesn’t get you excited about baseball’s return then we may need to check your pulse. Check out some photos from the past week that we particularly enjoyed of Phillies fans who made the trip to Bright House Field for the first week of games.


The Big Piece signing for fans/making their ST day.



JRoll signing in the sunshine.

Fans1444 Mayberry8094 Ready For Some Paint The Town Red Goodness?

Awesome because it starts so very soon! As we get ready to welcome the team back to Philadelphia and Citizens Bank Park, we have tons of fun-filled fan events planned for all ages, including the four-legged members of the family. We’ll have details on all the events very soon so be ready for #PTTR to return!

Maybe he was inspired by Ellen DeGeneres’ epic group selfie from the Oscars. (Did you RT it??)

But Ben Revere took a shot at it inside the Phillies clubhouse during the rain delay: It’s raining I’m bored.. Time for a selfie and the best selfie ever! #phillies #wecray


Which then led to #SelfieWars…

Until next time…enjoy your weekend and catch some Phillies baseball while you’re at it! If you’re in Clearwater this weekend or coming to audition for the R U Game? Talent Search, let us know here and by tweeting @Phillies. We love hearing from you. OK, that is all.

One comment

  1. Amy Serafino Sauerwalt

    It’s been a lifelong dream, but I’ll finally get to spring training in 2 weeks!! I’m a single woman in my mid-40s going down alone (bday gift to myself!)…can you suggest any bars or anyplace Phillies fans hang out at night?

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