Another Sellout

Fans continue to pack Bright House Field.  Going into this afternoon’s game with the Yankees, the Phillies have sold out eight of their first 10 home games. 

Sell out number 9 will be today, 10 on Thursday (Yankees again) and 11 on Sunday (Boston Red Sox).  Game next Monday with the Astros may break the string.

Clearwater attendance record is 121,519 set in 2007.  Last year fell short because of a rained out game.  Weather would be the only factor which would prohibit a new record this spring.

Back north, sales are going well for season tickets, groups, individual games.

Camp Notes
HBO crew is back putting the finishing touches on a documentary about Charlie Manuel.  It will be aired next month . . . As Todd Zolecki reported, Cole will pitch in a minor league games (1 p.m.) tomorrow at the Carpenter Complex . . . Pedro Feliz played there yesterday, getting six at-bats while the team was in Ft. Myers . . . Phillies are in Tampa (Yankees) tomorrow and have a day off on Wednesday.  Minor league games are scheduled at Carpenter Complex each day, Class A games tomorrow and AA and AAA teams on Wednesday. 

Here and There
Phillie Phanatic is in ESPN TV’s studio today taping a skit with their on-the-air announcers . . . The Perfect Season, our 2009 video yearbook, will be shown at the Prince Theater in Philadelphia on Friday (5 p.m.) as part of the Philadelphia Film Festival . . . World Series Trophy spent last week at the Tiffany headquarters getting engraved.  It is back in action this week.  Fans on March 31 and April 2 can see the trophy at Bright House Field . . . New carpeting has been installed in the Phillies clubhouse at Citizens Bank Park.  Too much champagne last fall . . . Numerous touch ups are taking place at Citizens Bank Park with the season rapidly approaching.  One of the projects is re-painting the two foul poles.  A 120-foot lift is being brought in for that effort.

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