6/24/2013 4:35 P.M. ET
Tickets on sale Tuesday for Phillies Baseball 101 for Women clinics
August and newly-added September clinics available for purchase
By / MLB.com
Back by popular demand, tickets to the Phillies Baseball 101 Clinic & Luncheon for Women, presented by Apple Vacations and Palladium Hotels & Resorts, will go on sale Tuesday, June 25 at 9:00 a.m.
The second and third Phillies Baseball 101 events for this season will be held on Tuesday, August 20 and Tuesday, September 3, 2013, respectively. Each event features an interactive, on-field clinic with the Phillies coaches, behind-the-scenes sessions with a Phillies player, broadcaster and key personnel, a delicious luncheon, pre-game party with the Phillie Phanatic, which is also hosted by 98.1 WOGL's Valerie Knight and Frank Lewis, a ticket to the Phillies game at 7:05 p.m. each evening and more.
"Phillies female fans have spoken and we have definitely listened," said Meghan Essman, Phillies Director of Fan Development & Educational Programs. "We are excited that, due to such great demand, a third Phillies Baseball 101 event has been added to this season's schedule giving another opportunity for women to get a major league experience. We encourage fans to register as soon as possible, as space is limited."
"Apple Vacations and Palladium Hotels & Resorts are excited to partner with the Phillies for such a unique event where fans can get an inside look how a first-class baseball team is made," said Tim Mullen, President, Apple Vacations. "Apple is also thrilled that the event benefits Phillies Charities."
With the addition of the September clinic, this will be the sixteenth time the Phillies have hosted the event, with a portion of the proceeds benefitting Phillies Charities, Inc. Baseball 101 has sold out each time. For more information, please visit www.phillies.com/baseball101 or call 215-463-1000.
HOW TO PURCHASE TICKETS
Each ticket is $200 with a limit of two packages for one date.
Tickets are available to purchase by calling 215-463-1000.
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