Covering the Philadelphia Phillies got more interesting on that overcast April evening in 1978.
For the first time, the Phillie Phanatic will be turned into greenery as he takes center stage at a “Phanatic in the Outfield” display at the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society Philadelphia Flower Show, “Celebrate the Movies.”
With so much uncertainty on the roster this season, Phillies merchandise director Scott Brandreth says one thing not on the list right now is a giveaway tied to a particular player.
The man inside the Phillie Phanatic suit is helping businesspeople to create the same customer loyalty that the Phanatic enjoys.
Chris discusses a letter sent to the NFL from Democrats in the Senate asking the league to change the name of the Washington Redskins and Jon Stewarts apology to the Phillie Phanatic. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday and CBS 3’s Beasley Reece.
The Phillie Phanatic, the Drexel Dragon, and St. Joe’s Hawk were among the mascots competing on ergometers — fancy rowing machines — to publicize the Dad Vail regatta, for college rowers, this Friday and Saturday.
The visit to the People’s Emergency Center was scheduled. But the gifts, including lots of toys for the kids, were a surprise.
When the Phanatic makes an appearance, you can expect plenty of hijinks, but Pierce, of Abington, says the fun-loving mascot went too far.
5:48 The Davie-Brown Index released a list of America’s favorite sports mascots yesterday…naming “Mr. Met” #1…despite popular belief that the Phillie Phanatic would remain America’s all time favorite. 6:13 Junior Seau was found dead in […]
Head groundskeeper Mike Boekholder says that after hockey’s Winter Classic, new Riviera Bermuda sod replaced the old bluegrass.
Phillies pitchers and catchers have reported to Clearwater for spring training. And many of their fans are reporting to the ballpark souvenir store, to outfit themselves for the season.
It’s that time of year again! The Philadelphia Home Show is back and bringing with it tons of landscaping and design events and exhibits.
The visit was part of the “Phillies Holiday Week of Giving.”
Wednesday morning, children at the “Please Touch” Museum painted a section of the mural to be affixed to a building near 24th and Walnut Streets.
The trolley, with a police escort, made its way through city streets for about and hour and a half as beads, bracelets, cheer cards, and rally towels were tossed to pedestrians.