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3/27/15 - The Philadelphia Phillies have an 11-12 record in the Grapefruit League. They’re three games out of first place, but sit in tenth place overall. After two straight losses, one against the Astros (1-7) and the other against the Blue Jays (1-4), the Phillies want to turn that around. This Sunday (3/29), come out to see them host the Detroit Tigers at Bright House Network Field. Get your tickets starting at $25. It’s a great way to relax on your day off. On Wednesday (4/1), the Phillies host the Atlanta Braves and on Thursday, it’s the Tampa Bay Rays as their last home game in the spring training home field. Phillies’ fans will be glad to see them come back to their home state on Friday (4/3) when they face the Pittsburgh Pirates at Citizens Bank Park.
3/18/15 - The Philadelphia Phillies are on a two game losing streak, with an 8-7 record in the Grapefruit League. The Phillies allowed the Baltimore Orioles to get 16 runs in the game on Monday, with a final score of 16-4. It was not the Phillies’ finest hour. Come out and watch how they’re going to turn their team around. Enjoy a weekend game when the Phillies host the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday (3/21). Tickets start at $29. The Phillies have weekday games on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in the upcoming week. First up is the Minnesota Twins, then it’s the Houston Astros, and finally it’s the New York Yankees. Tickets are available for all of these games so that you can get a glimpse of your favorite team.
3/13/15 - With just 10 days of spring training games behind them, the Philadelphia Phillies have a 5-4-1 record in the Grapefruit League. They’re on a two-game winning streak with wins against the Pittsburgh Pirates (3-2) and Detroit Tigers (6-5). In the Tigers’ game, the Phillies scored all six of their runs in the fifth inning. The Phillies have three upcoming home games at Bright House Network Field. On Sunday (3/15), they face the Boston Red Sox. Tickets start at $26. On Monday (3/16), the Phillies host the Baltimore Orioles. Get your tickets starting at $29. Tuesday, they play host to the Tamp Bay Rays, and for just $23, you can come out and see these two great teams and have a relaxing afternoon in the stadium enjoying time with friends or family.
3/6/15 - The Philadelphia Phillies won their opening game against the New York Yankees in the Grapefruit League. The Phillies’ pitcher, Kevin Slowey, trended on Twitter, even though the Yankees’ Alex Rodriguez made his first appearance in almost 18 months. Slowey is not currently on the roster, being invited to spring training to compete for a spot. The Phillies host the Toronto Blue Jays at Bright House Network Field on Saturday (3/7), then don’t have another home game until Tuesday (3/10) against the Detroit Tigers. The next day, they host the Pittsburgh Pirates. You want to get your tickets for these games to see how the team is looking before opening day of the regular MLB season. It makes for a great afternoon of fun for the whole family.
2/20/15 - Fans of the Philadelphia Phillies are in luck because their team's 2015 MLB preseason is one of the first to begin. If you simply cannot wait to see the Phillies in action once again, be sure to catch their March 1st game against the Tampa Startans. You can still get a ticket for as little as $1. Philadelphia also has significantly more games in their preseason, with 19 whopping home games, so you have no reason to miss out. If that wasn't enough, they also feature an action packed start to the official season, kicking it off with six home games in a row. It all starts on April 6th at the Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. Get your ticket to the home opener today for just $42.
1/27/15 - As the Philadelphia Phillies look to create a strong line up to take into the 2015 season, the biggest talk is about trading Jonathan Papelbon. According to rumors, the Phillies are in talk with the Brewers for the trade. However, there are many considerations that may make the trade unlikely. Papelbon has a high salary, with a $13 million salary and a 2016 $13 million club option with automatic vests upon finishing 48 games in the 2015 season. He also has a no-trade right with the ability to block deals with 17 teams. Fans will have a chance to see the new line up, with or without Papelbon, come March 1 when the Phillies meet with the Tampa Startans Baseball team in Clearwater, FL, for their first game of Spring Training. Tickets start at $1.
9/15/14 - The Philadelphia Phillies are in the final stretch of the season! The Pennsylvania squad is all but shut out of the 2014 MLB playoffs, so on of your last chances to score Philadelphia Phillies tickets on the road comes this week! Attend a game against the San Diego Padres and Oakland Athletics, before Philly closes out the 2014-2015 year at Citizens Bank Park. See new faces on the roster since the club announced additions Maikel Franco, Gustavo Pierre, Jesmuel Valentin and Victor Arano within the last few weeks. Philadelphia Phillies tickets are a minimum of $5 when they visit San Diego (9/16), but jump up to a $16 get-in price when they swoop in on the playoff-caliber Athletics in Oakland on (9/21).
9/4/14 - Talk about teamwork! Four Philadelphia Phillies pitchers shared the workload and combined to no-hit the Atlanta Braves—on what better holiday than Labor Day? Cole Hamels went six innings and struck out seven, before the bullpen came in to finish the job and start the final month of baseball on a good note. The Phillies will move on to play the National League-leading Washington Nats starting tomorrow. Score Philadelphia Phillies tickets on the road for a mere $3 at National Park on 9/5 and 9/7.
8/28/14 - The Philadelphia Phillies impressed last week with convincing series wins over two league contenders in the Seattle Mariners and St. Louis Cardinals. With Jerome Williams hitting stride (won back-to-back games for the first time since being on the Angeles last September) and the clubhouse sweeping the divison-leading Washington Nationals over the weekend, the Phillies are undoubtedly a spoiler squad for postseason-hopefuls down the stretch. Score Philadelphia Phillies tickets when they rough-up the New York Mets over Labor Day Weekend for as low as $5 on 9/1.
8/20/14 –Philadelphia may be 16 games out of first place in the NL East, with a minus-75 run differential, but that doesn’t mean you won’t see stellar play with Phillies tickets! Despite their poor record, the Philadelphia club owns the best hitter in the majors over the last month of play: Ben Revere has hit .315 on the year. Buy Philadelphia Phillies tickets for as little as $8 this Friday (8/22) and watch the squad take on the Cardinals at Citizens Bank Park.
8/11/15 – The Philadelphia Phillies may be at the bottom of the NL East, but the team hasn’t given up hope yet, winning four of their last six games. Last night, Ryan Howard hit a walk-off single to cap off Philly’s huge 7-6 comeback and the team is catching fire. Philadelphia will try and even up their four game series against New York Mets today at Citizens Bank Park; get-in for $23. The Phillies will then take a trip to the west coast, with a road series against the Los Angeles Angels, followed by the San Francisco Giants this week. Cheap Philadelphia Phillies tickets are offered at Angel Stadium: $6-7 to get-in on 8/12 and 8/13.
8/4/14 – The Philadelphia Phillies are looking to bounce back from two straight shutouts. The Phillies got their four game series at Washington off to a great start, winning two back-to-back, only to collapse in the second half of the series and finish their road trip with goose eggs. Philadelphia will try their luck at home, with a series against the Houston Astros, followed by division opponents, the New York Mets, for four games. One up and one down for the Phillies pitching staff: left hander Cliff Lee will return to the DL from a left elbow strain, while right-hander Hector Neris has been called up from Triple A. Philadelphia Phillies tickets dip as low as $7 when they host Houston on 8/7, and $10 when they meet the Mets on 8/11 at Citizens Bank Park.
7/28/14 – The Philadelphia Phillies played well last week, avoiding a sweep by the tough San Francisco Giants (thanks to a dominant Cole Hamels) and winning their series against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Yesterday, Ryan Howard helped lock-in the victory when he drilled his 16th home run of the season. Tonight’s game against the Mets is a hot ticket, as many are interested to see right-handed pitchers Bartolo Colon and AJ Burnett face off on the mound; seats are still available for a $18 minimum. The Phillies released Tony Gwynn Jr. today, after the son of Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn struggled to focus on baseball following his father’s passing. With the trade deadline fast approaching this Thursday, buy your Philadelphia Phillies tickets now and see if any new faces pepper the roster.
7/21/14 – The Philadelphia Phillies struggled in their first series back from the All-Star break, but they’ll have to wake up quick, as the team is pitted against the hungry San Francisco Giants for four games this week. Starting tonight, Philadelphia will take on San Francisco for the first time this year, and they’ll be welcoming back an integral member of the team: left handed pitcher Cliff Lee will return from the disabled list following an elbow strain to play tonight. Score Philadelphia Phillies tickets and see his debut tonight for as low as $41.
7/14/14 – The Philadelphia Phillies made some clutch moves to start pulling themselves out of the NL East cellar. The club showed their talent and finally tapped into their potential when they exacted a dominating on-the-road sweep over the Milwaukee Brewers last week. This is the first step to recouping their season; see them strike their spark this weekend when they return from the All-Star Break to play a series opposite the Atlanta Braves. Cheap Philadelphia Phillies tickets are offered this Friday and Sunday at Turner Field: pay $8 to get-in on 7/32 and $5 on 7/20.
7/7/14 – The Philadelphia Phillies are looking to pick themselves up after posting a season-high 14 games below the .500 mark. Perhaps the upcoming All Star game will give this team a much-needed boost! The Phillies are sending up Chase Utley as second base starter in Minneapolis next week, thanks to his red-hot start to the season. Score All Star Game tickets for as low as $217 on 7/15, or purchase Philadelphia Phillies tickets at extremely low prices this week! Spend just $6 to see them take on the Brewers at Miller Park on 7/9.
6/30/14 – June Gloom cast a dark shadow over the Philadelphia Phillies, who lost two of 6 in their important homestand last week. This puts them eight games behind first in the NL East and ten games under .500 at the season's midway mark. Just six days after the Red Sox released him, Philadelphia picked up Grady Sizemore and signed him to a minor-league contract in an effort to bolster the outfield. The Phillies have today off, before taking a trip to Miami to face the Marlins on Tuesday; the cheapest tickets of the series falls on 7/1 for $13 to get-in at Marlins Park. The Phillies will travel to Pittsburgh for a Fourth of July Series against the Pirates. Score Philadelphia Phillies tickets on July 4 for a minimum of $23, or wait until 7/5 and get-in for $18.
6/23/14 – The Philadelphia Phillies got a hot streak underway recently, winning nine of 11 games and five straight, including a sweep of the Braves and two wins over the Cardinals. They fizzled a bit over the weekend, dropping two in St. Louis to ultimately split their series. Now, the Phillies are back home with a chance to get their spark going again against the failing Miami Marlins (11 consecutive losses) and the opportunity to pull another sweep of Atlanta. The cheapest Philadelphia Phillies tickets offered this week come tomorrow (6/24) against Miami for a $24 minimum, and on Saturday (6/28) against Atlanta for a $33 minimum.
6/16/14 – Were you there when Jimmy Rollins made MLB history? Four-time Golden Glove winner, Rollins, has officially become the Philadelphia Phillies’ all-time hit leader. The shortstop’s record-breaking franchise hit came with No. 2,235 against the Chicago Cubs on Saturday. The man he passed—the legendary Mike Schmidt—was there to run onto the field and cheer Rollins on in celebration. Perhaps this monumental milestone will spark some more offense on the team. Score Philadelphia Phillies tickets this week and watch them kick off their road trip in Atlanta.
6/9/14- Finally! The Philadelphia Phillies ended their longest losing streak of the year, snapping a six-game slump with last Friday’s awesome 8-0 victory. Cole Hamels stayed unbeaten against the sturdy Cincinnati squad, while JRoll inched closer to breaking the club record, hitting an eighth inning solo homer (6 hits away). Buy Philadelphia Phillies tickets for their homestand against the Padres and Cubs this week. This may be a huge week for the Philly franchise, why not spend a day at the park with dad for Father’s Day? Philadelphia Phillies tickets run a minimum of $27 on Sunday (6/15).
6/3/14 – Now 54 games into the season, the Phillies are 24-30 and last in the NL East. Dropping their latest series against the Mets, Philadelphia will look to rebound on the road against Washington and Cincinnati. Phillies tickets at Great American Ball Park are averaging $29 while Phillies tickets at Nationals Park are just $20. With super cheap Philadelphia Phillies tickets available on the secondary market this week, all displaced Philly fans should get out to a game. You won’t want to miss shortstop Jimmy Rollins record the franchise record for career hits (needs just nine more to pass Mike Schmidt)!
5/26/14 – The Phillies have dropped four of their last five including the series-closer vs. the Los Angeles Dodgers Sunday night. Josh Beckett threw a no-hitter leading LA over Philadelphia 6-0, becoming the first visiting pitcher to do so since Montreal’s Bill Stoneman in 1969 at Connie Mack Stadium. This week catch the Phillies at home every day as they face off against the Rockies and the Mets. Phillies tickets start at $9 Tuesday and $12 Wednesday to watch visiting Colorado and are as low as $15 Thursday, $16 Friday, $24 Saturday, and $21 Sunday to catch a game against New York. Rockies’ Troy Tulowitzki (ankle) is expected back in the lineup; the shortstop leads the majors with a .375 batting average.
5/19/14 – While the Phillies may be last in the division, they did pick up two wins this weekend against Cincinnati to take the series. It was a high-flying affair Sunday – Jimmy Rollins and Wil Nieves hit back-to-back homes in the first inning (hope you weren’t late!) before Cody Asche and Marlon Byrd went deep later. Next up on the Philadelphia Phillies schedule is a road trip to Miami and a hosting gig of the Los Angeles Dodgers. This weekend’s games are no more than $20, so grab your Phillies tickets now and take in an afternoon of baseball at Citizens Bank Park.
5/12/14 - The Philadelphia Phillies bounced back from a four game sweep by Toronto with a near-sweep of the New York Mets this past weekend. Philadelphia missed the opportunity to snag their third consecutive victory, blowing a three game lead in yesterday's killer loss. Today, the squad is enjoying a break before opening up a short homestand with two games against the Anaheim Angels and three opposite the Cincinnati Reds. Philadelphia Phillies tickets at Citizens Bank Park are as low as $15 (5/14) versus Anaheim and just $16 (5/17) versus Cincinnati.
5/5/14 - The Philadelphia Phillies improved their record to 15-14 this past week, thanks to winning two of their most recent series. While one of two games with the Mets had to be postponed, Philadelphia took two games apiece over the Diamondbacks and Nationals. See if they can extend their winning momentum with four games against Toronto and another go at the New York Mets later this week. Philadelphia Phillies tickets are as low as $5 for their final two jabs at the Blue Jays (5/7-5/8), and jump up to a $13 minimum when they visit the Mets (5/9).
4/28/14 - The Philadelphia Phillies are coming in hot after cruising past two NL West teams, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks, last week. The Phillies pulled themselves over the .500 mark (13-12) and will look to close out the first month of major league play with the same winning momentum. Next up, the Phillies host the Mets for two games, followed by the Washington Nationals for three games. The cheapest Philadelphia Phillies tickets this week fall on Wednesday (4/30) for $19 against New York, and $18 on Friday (5/2) against Washington.
4/21/14 - The Philadelphia Phillies have dropped to 8-10 on the season after losing both series to Atlanta and Colorado, but they're hoping to have better luck against two upcoming NL West opponents. Philadelphia is currently on an extensive road trip, heading into four games against the Los Angeles Dodgers, before taking on the Diamondbacks in Arizona this weekend. Philadelphia Phillies tickets go as low as $1 for their Monday (4/21) and Wednesday (4/23) games at Dodger Stadium. In Arizona, Phillies tickets start at $8 across all three matchups with the DBacks (4/25-4/27).
4/14/14- The Philadelphia Phillies brought the upstart Miami Marlins back down to earth this past weekend, sweeping the series against their NL East opponents at home. Jimmy Rollins hit a walk-off solo homer to end things on an especially high note Sunday evening. Today, the Philadelphia Phillies are getting ready to host the rival Atlanta Braves in a four-game series, before their trip to Colorado to face the Rockies. Philadelphia Phillies tickets start at $11 to get-in on Tuesday and Wednesday at Citizens Bank Park. Prices drop down to $8 this weekend for a seat at Coors Field in Denver.
4/7/14 - The Philadelphia Phillies are 3-3 to start the season, having split their six-game season opening road trip. The squad lost their opening series to the Texas Rangers (2-1) and won their series against the Chicago Cubs (missing a sweep after collapsing yesterday, 3-8). The Phillies were supposed to make their debut at Citizens Bank Park today against the Milwaukee Brewers, but their home opener has been rained-out and postponed until tomorrow. See if they can get above .500 with cheap Philadelphia Phillies tickets! Get-in later this week against the Brewers for $10 or pay $17 to see them host the Miami Marlins this weekend.
3/31/14 - The Philadelphia Phillies exacted a huge statement victory and kicked things off with a bang in today's Opening Day stunner against Texas. Jimmy Rollins tied Cal Ripken's MLB record for most consecutive seasons starting at shortstop for the same franchise (with his 14th). What's more, Rollins hit his 200th homerun with a grand slam in the second inning, helping the team achieve a 14-10 victory over the Rangers. See if they can sweep this opening series with Philadelphia Phillies tickets! Get in for $7 on Tuesday and an even cheaper $3 on Wednesday over at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
3/24/14 - Some scary news emerged from the Philadelphia Phillies' clubhouse the other day: infielder Freddy Galvis is being hospitalized with a staph infection in his leg, and will begin the season on the disabled list. The organization took immediate measures to sterilize the clubhouse in hopes of preventing a spread. Jimmy Rollins is now back in starting contention, after being benched in favor of Galvis for three consecutive games this spring. The Phillies have two more games left in Clearwater, FL for Grapefruit League play: the first is this Wednesday against Detroit ($31 minimum) and the second is this Thursday against Toronto ($17 minimum).
3/17/14 - Philadelphia Phillies tickets are the most expensive of Opening Day, costing an average of $262 to watch them take on the Texas Rangers, and we can see why. Not only is this a huge interleague mat-up, but Cliff Lee is the projected starter (taking place of an injured Cole Hamels) in the game that will mark his first start in Arlington since leaving the Rangers after the World Series four seasons ago. You can lock down much cheaper Phillies tickets if you catch them before Spring Training ends! Philadelphia Phillies tickets start at $26 this Thursday against the Blue Jays, jump up to $48 this Friday against the Red Sox, and drop back down to a $38 minimum this Sunday against the Twins.
3/10/14 - The Philadelphia Phillies are carefully mulling over their roster, and are looking to make some big changes with three weeks left until Opening Day. With Cole Hamels out for two weeks from a tired arm, the Phillies are eyeing possible additions to fill out their five-man rotation. Another such a change would be the release of veteran outfielder Bobby Abreu (currently hitting .133) and possibly acquiring the Yankee's Ichiro Suzuki in his stead. Score some Philadelphia Phillies tickets and see what the organization comes up with this spring! Philadelphia Phillies tickets start at $21 when they take on the Yankees this Thursday, and $32 when they square off against the Pirates on Sunday.
3/3/14 - This weekend saw an exciting National League rivalry match, as the Philadelphia Phillies met the Pittsburgh Pirates with AJ Burnett starting on the mound against his former team. Burnett gave up one run in two innings in his debut and the Phillies fell 4-1. Philadelphia will face some still competition when they take on the New York Yankees and Japanese ace Masahiro Tananaka in his second spring appearance on Thursday (get-in for $19). Get Philadelphia Phillies tickets for tomorrow's game against the Atlanta Braves for just $15, and witness Cole Hamels in his first start of Spring Training.
2/24/14 - The Philadelphia Phillies have had a scandalous start to spring training, by informing the NCAA that their fifth draft pick (student-athlete Ben Wetzler, who failed to sign) violated rules regarding agent contact before opting to return to Oregon State. The junior has been suspended indefinitely in his senior year, and the Phillies have refused to comment on the matter since the news broke. Expect sparks to fly, as the media has been present at spring training looking for answers. The Phillies are one of the many teams whose spring training tickets have dropped in price since practice began: Philadelphia Phillies tickets are down to $48 on average.
2/18/14 - The Philadelphia Phillies closed their offseason signing in a big way, by coming to a one-year $15 million agreement with free-agent pitcher A.J. Burnett. The veteran chose Philly due to its proximity to his family and home in Maryland and their determination to take the national crown this year. The Phillies are confident that their 25-man roster, the most aged in the majors, gives them the best opportunity to take the NL East and go all the way this season. The franchise made it loud and clear that they are "here to win," so see them hit the ground running during their first Spring Training game against the Toronto Blue Jays ($14 to get-in).
2/11/14 - In just two days, pitchers and catchers officially report for Philadelphia Phillies spring camp! Coming off their second non-winning season for the first time since the dawn of the new millennium, the Phillies are currently in "win-now" mode, overloaded with experienced, veteran players (plus the possible addition of A.J. Burnett), can this squad pull it off? See how they fare early on with Philadelphia Phillies spring Training tickets. Philadelphia will take on the Toronto Blue Jays in Clearwater, FL (2/26) for their inaugural spring game, with tickets starting at $13.
1/30/14 - The Philadelphia Phillies only made slight moves this winter, deferring from rebuilding their aging core of players by enlisting youngsters to just the bullpen, and a handful of experienced veterans to add further depth to their roster. Phillies nation are still waiting for their franchise to land a fresher and bigger-named agent as the market continues to dwindle. Philadelphia Phillies tickets are $51 on average for Spring Training, score some to watch “Coach Halladay” in action!
The Philadelphia Phillies are entering 2014 coming off of their worst franchise record since the 90s. The ageing roster, shoddy outfield and weak bullpen were all major concerns left unsolved, and during the offseason, the team has made attempts to amend these issues. Phillies fans are still waiting for a big deal to come through to jumpstart Philadelphia’s season, and with three weeks left before pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training, the front office is bound to close something soon!
So far, GM Ruben Amaro re-signed Carlos Ruiz, pinned down Marlon Byrd for OF and acquired Brad Lincoln (former fourth overall pick) to complement an inexperienced rotation. A bulk of the A’s problems last year were injuries to key positions, especially in the outfield—expect that to change, with most players coming back well-rested and healthier. Think you’re going to miss Roy Halladay? Not to worry, the long-time pitcher will be back with the Phils as a coach, just months after announcing his retirement. As one of the oldest teams in the league, that’s “big on nostalgia”, the Phillies boast homegrown veteran greats that exude necessary leadership qualities to grant this team a bounce-back season!
4/4/13 – The Philadelphia Phillies added versatile outfielder Ezequiel Carrera Tuesday off waivers from the Cleveland Indians. The Phillies newest acquisition led the majors with 11 stolen bases (of 13 attempts) this Spring. Phillies fans will get a chance to see their beloved team at home tomorrow when Philadelphia plays their first home game this season at Citizens Bank Park against the Kansas City Royals. The Interleague series is the most expensive game on the Phillies schedule averaging $132, down $20 a seat in the last two months. Following the Royals series, the Phillies will host the New York Mets. In the last decade the two National League East division rivals have fought for Playoff spots and for that reason, some consider the rivalry the hottest in the NL. Tickets to see the Mets play at Citizens Bank Park are averaging $57, under the team’s average ticket price in April of $63 (fifth most expensive in MLB). The most expensive series this month at Citizens Bank Park is against the St. Louis Cardinals, a team that beat the Phillies in the NLDS two years ago and went on to win the World Series. Lastly, the Pittsburgh Pirates will visit Philly for a four-game series in late April. You can catch the intrastate rivals live for under $10 as it is (surprisingly) the cheapest Phillies regular season series at home.
From 2007 - 2011, the Philadelphia Phillies won five straight National League East division titles. However, in 2012 a lackluster bullpen, amongst other issues, prevented the 2008 World Series Champions from a sixth consecutive NL East division title.
We'll begin to get a better idea of 2013 as the Phillies report to Spring Training in Clearwater, Florida. Who will start in the outfield? Can Roy Halladay rebound this season? Phillies Spring Training tickets are about half the cost to see the team play at Citizens Bank Park during the regular season in Philadelphia; the average price of a Phillies Spring Training ticket at Bright House Field will cost you $47, the 8th most expensive in the League.
The Phillies schedule boasts prime Interleague matchups in 2013, including series against the Kansas City Royals and Boston Red Sox . Phillies single game tickets went on sale February 13, 2013. At that time, the average Philadelphia Phillies home ticket on the secondary market was $88; the average away ticket was $68 — both were 8th most expensive in the MLB. See a trend here? The most expensive month to grab a ticket to watch a Phillies game is July. The average Phillies July ticket at home is $98, and series include the Atlanta Braves, Washington Nationals, and Chicago White Sox.