Philadelphia, PA - The Phillies along with Aramark, Citizens Bank Park's official food and beverage service provider, unveiled everything new this summer starting on Opening Day.
Philadelphia, PA - Yuengling continues to be a sponsor of the Philadelphia Phillies ever since 2017, and that tradition continues with its brand-new partnership alongside Philadelphia Phillies' pitcher Aaron Nola.
Philadelphia, PA - When Bryce Harper and the 2019 Phillies take the field for the first time on Opening Day, NBC Sports Philadelphia is going to air an exclusive hour-long Phillies Pregame Live out of Citizens Bank Park with Michael Barkann (@MBarkannNBCS) and Ricky Bottalico.
Philadelphia, PA - On Wednesday, September 12, fans are again invited to purchase tickets in the "French Quarter," Sections 108 and 109, to cheer on Aaron Nola for his next scheduled start at the 7:05 p.m. Phillies game. The game ticket includes a Nola T-shirt and Mardi Gras beads. Plus, all fans can enjoy a taste of New Orleans, with jambalaya featuring shrimp, chicken and andouille sausage and hurricane cocktails for sale at the concession stand behind Section 109.
Philadelphia, PA - The Liberty Bell which once hung above the 700 Level seats at Veterans Stadium, has now returned to the realm of Philadelphia baseball, after 15 years the bell has found a new home at the Phillies new stadium Citizens Bank Park.
Philadelphia, PA - The Phillies together with Aramark, are busy modifying 24,500 square feet of space adjoining the Third Base Plaza into Pass and Stow, a unique area that is going to include an open-air beer garden, Foundry Pizza offering brick-oven pizza, a family-friendly sports bar, 44 TVs to watch the games, and a lot more. The offseason improvements also comprise of a 120-seat Shake Shack burger joint.
Philadelphia, PA - Phillies honor first responders from September 11, 2001, on Patriot Day Tuesday with pre-game salute and in-game base change. The Phillies will honor those who lost their lives as a result of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, at Tuesday's 7:05 p.m. game during the team's Patriot Day Salute. Fans are invited to be in their seats by 6:30 p.m.