The Phillies continue their streak as the longest-running one-name, one-city franchise in the history of sports
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A Guide to Becoming Phanatical
Save money on souvenirs: Sign up for the Phillies Phanatical Rewards program, which gives out points redeemable for gifts for participating on things such as the team’s social media accounts.
Take advantage of mass transit: In 1989, Pirates broadcaster Jim Rooker joked that if the Phillies beat the Pirates, he’d walk the 300 miles back to Pittsburgh. The Bucs lost, and he ended up making the walk for charity. But unless you’re embroiled in a similar bet, the AT&T stop on SEPTA Broad Street line is more convenient.
Don’t worry about choosing between classic ballpark foods: Nachos are a sporting-event favorite, but cheesesteaks are, well, cheesesteaks. South Philly Cheese Steak Nachos, located behind section 122, combines the two.