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Phillies Baseball 101


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Phillies Baseball 101 Clinic

Join us for a 2015 Phillies Baseball 101 Clinic at Citizens Bank Park on Thursday, June 4 or Tuesday, August 25!

Each clinic is a day-long event beginning at 9:30 a.m. and ending once the game begins that night at 7:05 p.m.

Tickets for each clinic are $200 and are available ONLINE ONLY through Limit two tickets per transaction.

The Lineup
  • Take part in an interactive clinic taught by the Phillies coaches! Includes on-field stations (weather permitting) featuring proper baseball techniques and skills.
  • Access behind the scenes locations such as the Phillies Batting Cages and bullpens.
  • Get the inside scoop from Phillies broadcasters and personnel.
  • Participate in Q&A sessions with a Phillies player and Phillies executives.
  • Special appearances by the Phillie Phanatic and Phillies Ballgirls.
  • Special pregame festivities, including a Baseball 101 pre-game party and dinner buffet hosted by 98.1 WOGL's Valerie Knight and Frank Lewis, at the Phillies Party Tent.
  • Receive complimentary preferred parking, a Phillies gift bag with an autographed souvenir, an exclusive Baseball 101 T-shirt, the chance to take part in a silent auction benefiting Phillies Charities Inc., a raffle, lunch in the Diamond Club, a ticket to that night's game, and more.
"I had a fabulous time! I couldn't think of a better 60th birthday present."
- Karen M.
"Excellent job! We appreciate [your] willingness to take the time to do something like this. Thank you!"
- Barbara H.
"The coaches were serious about working with us. Their commitment made the day!"
- Mary C.
"It was educational and a lot of fun!"
- Marjorie R.
"What an awesome experience."
- Kelly M
"I feel more connected to the game and have a greater appreciation for the moving parts."
- Lynn R.
"So much coaching detail to give to my son."
- Mary T.
"My husband purchased as a gift for Mother's Day [and] I loved it!"
- Anita O.
"The coaches' instructions were excellent! Their demeanor was welcoming."
- Sheela M.