By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A pair of Phillies legends are sleeping outside to raise money for homeless children. Former managers Charlie Manuel and Larry Bowa are spending the night in Center City.

Team executives are joining them to raise awareness about the homeless youth problem.

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The event is part of the Covenant House’s Sleep Out Movement.

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Money raised will go to Covenant House Pennsylvania.

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