By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Fans aren’t allowed in the stands when the Phillies start their season on Friday in South Philly against the Marlins. But there’s a new way you can be part of the game.

The Phillies will put cardboard cutouts of fans behind home plate during games at Citizens Bank Park this season.

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They’re starting with pictures of health care heroes from Nemours Children’s Health System and Jefferson Health for the first week of the season.

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Fans will have a chance to put their own game face in the stands a little later.

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It costs $25 for season ticket holders and $40 for everyone else. The money will go to Phillies charities.