We've had the seats since 2003, the last season at the Vet.
Cliff Lee, here is a guy who came to Philly and gave it all he had. Then he gets traded and comes back then doesn't miss a beat. He gives 100% all of the time.
Johnny Callison, he was a great idol for a young fan in the 60's. Plus who could forget his home run to win the 1964 All Star Game for the National League.
It has to be the last game of the 2008 World Series. It was two unbelievable nights of action. It was like watching a great movie with Act 1 , intermission, and Act 2 - the best finale.
It's a toss-up between Planet Hoagie and Bull's Barbeque.
"Dark Side of the Moon" by Pink Floyd which, by the way, is 40 years old this year!
I'd play catcher since I played it for 11 years in little league. You are always in the action and involved in every play.
I love the whole layout, having great seats and Ashburn Alley for all sorts of food concessions.
We enjoy the experience of enjoying a safe environment for the family and having a venue to bring friends and business associates out for an enjoyable day or evening of baseball.
Section 222 - looking right up the third base line.
No, but there's always hope.
I'd go with Cole Hamels I think he has earned it and is at the top of his game.
I guess it was around 1960 at Connie Mack with my dad we sat just past third base upstairs. I was 7 years old and the Phils played the Dodgers - of course, the Phillies won.
I like any kind of cap giveaway.
Erik Kratz, I met him casually during the off season and just seemed to be the type of person you would want to hang out with.
We celebrated my daughter Jess's 10th birthday at The Park with the birthday package. She loved the attention from the fans singing to her and seeing her name up in lights.