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By PATRICK GORDON | Managing Editor
March 30, 2014, 4 p.m.
The 2014 season marks the 10 year anniversary for Citizens Bank Park and throughout the year the Phillies will be honoring milestone moments. 

"As we enter our second decade of playing baseball at Citizens Bank Park, we look forward to not only celebrating the past 10 years at our world-class ballpark, but also to making special, new memories for our fans with the return of Phillies baseball in just seven short weeks," said Phillies President David Montgomery.

Below are some key events scheduled throughout the season to honor Citizens Bank Park:

  • During Opening Week, two giveaways will pay homage to the first 10 years at Citizens Bank Park: Modell's Sporting Goods Home Opener with Citizens Bank Park Commemorative Banner for all fans (April 7) and Turkey Hill Kids Opening Day with Citizens Bank Park Commemorative Baseball (Sunday, April 13) for children 14 and under.
  • Citizens Bank Park Saturdays: Every Saturday home game leading up to Alumni Weekend, the Phillies will pay tribute to Citizens Bank Park memories. This promotion will also include the return of former Phillies players associated with these milestones, who will take part in various activities throughout the ballpark.
  • "Celebrating 10 years at Citizens Bank Park" will culminate with Toyota Alumni Weekend on August 8th-10th.
A commemorative Phillies Yearbook will also be available in April, highlighting memorable moments from the club's first decade at Citizens Bank Park.

In addition to the various events, fans will be able to enjoy various in-ballpark treatments celebrating the 10 years at Citizens Bank Park.

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James Zicrov said…
Hey, thanks for sharing the details about the Baseball Camp. I will definitely talk to everyone about it.
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