Phillies’ Freebies, Food

The Phillies giveaways and goodies for the 2010 season are awesome!

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Arguably the hottest giveaway of the season, the Roy Halladay bobble head doll could probably strike you out. Seriously.
May 18)
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The Phillies officially unveiled their promotional giveaways for the 2010 season on Monday and fans can look forward to T-shirts, bats, foam fingers and, of course, bobble heads this season.
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Get ready for baseball, Philly. First pitch is sooner than you think. Oh, and the Green Guy is pretty excited too.
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The Phanatic was there, doing what he does best. Having fun! He was also checking out a statue of himself that will be signed by the whole team.
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Citizens Bank Park had it's field resurfaced this offseason, but you could own a piece of the old yard for less than $100.
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You could also purchase World Series memorabilia, and actual bases used during the Fall Classic.
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But, let's be honest what fans want to know the most about are the freebies. The Flyin' Hawaiian foam finger (in honor of All-Star centerfielder Shane Victorino) will have kids hanging ten around CBP this summer.
(June 6)
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Arguably the hottest giveaway of the season, the Roy Halladay bobble head doll could probably strike all fans out. Seriously.
(May 18)
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Charlie Manuel Bat Day should be a hit -- no pun intended.
(July 6)
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Dads should make sure to snag a 'Sarge' hat inspired by Phillies announcer Gary Matthews.
(June 20 - Father's Day)
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The Phanatic wants kids to pick up one of his T-shirts. They might not be big, green and fuzzy but they still look pretty good.
(April 18)
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Besides freebies, there are plenty of new gear up for grabs at the Phillies Majestic Clubhouse Store.
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Let's be honest, Doc Halladay jerseys are all the rage. And what better to slip on your feet than some Phillies slippers.
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On those afternoons at the yard when the Phightins are up by 12 runs and you just don't feel like leaving yet, make sure you pick up a Phillies Rubik's cube.
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Look like Ryan Howard with these MLB Oakley shades. Never has a baseball game looked sleeker.
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Speaking of good looking, rest this Phillies walking stone in any garden or landscape to give it a championship look.
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When the game is in a rain delay, Phillies vs. Mets checkers is a great way to pass the time. (And beat the Mets)
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With new additions, comes the old classics. It's hard not to love a throwback Schmidty jersey.
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Of course another classic available at the ballpark this season is "The Schmitter." Don't leave the ballpark without one.
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The Phillies are changing it up a bit this year as fans will get to pick their favorite "Signature Hot Dog" to be served at CBP for the rest of the year. You can vote now on your favorite.
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And there is plenty of grub to go around. Tony Luke's is sure to satisfy the hunger of cheesesteak fans this summer.
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Chickie's and Pete's crabfries are a CBP must and this season they promise quicker lines. Just be sure to remember your cheese cup.
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Campo's is where it's at if you're trying to pop a button after some pregame tailgating. They also feature a selection of veggie sandwiches.
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